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Easy DIY Garden Markers

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To keep track of what we planted in our garden, I wanted to make some garden markers last summer but never got around to it. This year I made sure I got it done, along with another garden project I've been putting off...making a plant stand out of a tomato cage .
They aren't fancy but they're really inexpensive and were ridiculously easy to make, plus they're cute.
It would even be a fun project for kids to make.
So very easy to make and they've held up great during our wet and rainy spring here in the Midwest.
Click the link below to find my full tutorial for these fun and easy garden markers. Or you can hop on over to Chatfield Court and check out my other DIY projects, for both the garden and the house.

To see more: http://www.chatfieldcourt.com/easy-diy-garden-markers/

Ask the creator about this project

  • Miriam I
    Miriam I Bay Shore, NY
    on Jun 8, 2015

    So simple and clever - it's one of those things I can't believe I didn't think of sooner!

  • Lorre
    Lorre Royalston, MA
    on Jun 9, 2015

    you are so smart, thanks, I still hang my clothes out on the clothes line too

  • Erin DeHart
    Erin DeHart Half Way, MO
    on Jun 9, 2015

    Cute until they fall over and get tilled or you hit with a lawn mower or weedeater lol Good Clothespins are hard to find... and I use every single one that I own on my line in the summer.

    • Linda S Renner
      Linda S Renner Sycamore, PA
      on Jun 9, 2015

      WOW!!!! Nothing but negativity? If you don't like the idea please move on...Personally,I don't mow,or weed eat my garden,and the markers would be well out of the tillers path,and hey,they can be temporarily moved if necessary..I love the versatility of clothes pins and dollar tree sells them,cheap enough..thanks for the idea.

  • SUSAN T
    SUSAN T Spencer, NY
    on Jun 9, 2015

    Wow so simple and cheap going to do this! Great idea thank you for posting it.

    • RJK
      RJK Live Oak, CA
      on Jun 9, 2015

      @SUSAN T same thought I had.

  • Judi Bloomingdale Muldoon
    Judi Bloomingdale Muldoon Glenolden, PA
    on Jun 9, 2015

    Cute!

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