My mother always had a green thumb and it’s definitely not something she passed down to me. If it’s green and been in my house for more than a month, it’s probably dead. I’m so bad at gardening, but I’m not giving up yet.
This weekend, I planted a new indoor herb garden. I had a living rosemary and mint plant and added parsley, a different kind of mint and basil. Cross your fingers that I can keep the new ones alive.
In the meantime, I wanted to make some cute plant/garden markers. These are really cute and really easy. If you haven’t given your mom anything for Mother’s Day yet, a nice herb garden with plant markers might work out for her.
They’re super easy to make. A little bit of creativity goes a long way.
Plant marker supplies
- gift tags
Step 1: label and sketch
On a brown gift tag, write the name of each herb and sketch around it.
Step 2: tie the label to the planter
Slip the string through the gift tag and tie it around the top of the planter.
Tilt the tag at a downward angle.
Now you have a lovely herb garden that’s beautifully labeled.
I’d love to hear your thoughts. Leave feedback in the comments!
Happy crafting 🙂
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