12 Adorable Plant Markers From Your Junk Drawer

Time to dig through the junk and make some garden treasures!

By Hometalk Highlights

Dig up those loose leftover Scrabble tiles

Using paint stirrers and Scrabble tiles, you can get colorful plant markers that double as decor.

Gather up that haphazard cork collection

Burn your plant names int old corks -or simply write on them with Sharpies- for quick, cute tags.

Search for those broken blind slats you saved

If you've still got a few stray broken bits from an old window blind, cut them and add them to your beds.

Pull out a few wandering wood shims

Collect those leftover wood shims from your last craft project and add sweet labels.

Find those mini photo frames you meant to use

Turn a few junky frames into cute plant markers by adding drawings or labels.

Carefully collect any stray nails or screws

Those stray nails and screws that are rolling around your junk drawer are perfect for this.

Cut shapes out of that old, bent magazine

Last season's issue is just what you need for pretty, eclectic indicators.

Slice plastic folders or bottles into strips

You know that plastic accordion folder that broke last year? Cut it up and do this!

Pull out some leftover mason jar lids

Snag a canning jar lid, add a little label, and you're garden-ready.

Scour your drawer for a few glass gems

Glue paper letters to a few stray glass gems, then stick them on a twig or knife.

Take out those never-been-used tea infusers

Tea infusers were a fun idea, but if you don't use them for tea, use them for plants!