A while back, on my Facebook page, I asked if there topics anyone would like to see covered in my Friday Favorites. One of my real-life friends (you might remember Patty from the second red leather jacket repurposing project) mentioned she’d like to see some creative garden markers. I started searching, and in no time at all I had found LOTS of them. I thought since today is the first day of spring it was the perfect time to show you what’s out there. We’ve had such great weather here lately, I’m ready to go plant something!
I love everything about these Juice Lid Garden Markers from Still Parenting, right down to the cute ladybug push pins. How much fun would it be to find all those fruit and veggie photos with the little ones?
These DIY Garden Markers from In My Own Style also reuse juice lids, but in a little different way. I’ll be those little baubles really throw the sparkle when the sun hits them.
I love these Rustic French DIY Garden Tags from Studio G, but I’m not sure if I retained enough of my high school French to remember what they all mean.
Do you happen to have any paint sticks left over from a project? You can make these DIY Rainbow Garden Markers from Living Well Spending Less.
Sometimes garden markers disappear. Maybe it’s the wind, or an industrious forest animal, but it’s frustrating. You can prevent that with these Brick Herb Markers from Simple Details. I mean, we’re not talking bears or anything, right?
Rocks are another good, solid medium to start with for garden markers. These Vegetable Garden Rock Signs from Repeat Crafter Me are adorable.
These Herb Garden Plant Markers from Creative Cain Cabin retain more of a natural look.
These Wooden Spoon Garden Stakes from Twig and Toadstool would be another fun one to make with kids.
Or you can opt for a little more grown-up project – collecting enough wine corks to make these Fork and Cork Plant Markers from Artsy VaVa.
Is it just me, or do these Plant Markers from Woo! Jr. look like magic wands? Does that mean they would magically help my garden grow?
I love curating my Friday Favorites each week, and I want to make sure that the talented people who have created these projects are fully acknowledged for their work. Before you pin or share, please click through the link or photo to the originating website. You can also find all the projects each week on my Friday Favorites Pinterest board. Thank you!