Herb Pot Planters With Chalkboard Labels

3 Materials
30 Minutes

Make these super easy herb pot planters with chalkboard labels! I just love having fresh herbs in my kitchen.They just give the kitchen that fresh homey kitchen feeling. I just love the smell of fresh herbs, they just smell so delicious, don't you think?

So here are my lovely fresh herbs! I really wanted to add some really simple chalkboard labels to these plain white herb pots.

For the full blogpost tutorial, have a look here.

Start with deciding how large you want your labels.

Then you need to attach the  tape to make the edges of the labels.

Get the paint and then just paint evenly inside the square you’ve made with the tape.

Let dry and paint a few layers ( depending on what kind of paint you're using, see how many layers you need )

Let the paint dry, before you paint a new layer.

When you're sure the paint is completely dry, the last step is to gently peel of the tape.

And there you have your new Chalkboard labeled Herb Pot Planters!

I hope you enjoyed this simple project! For questions or feedback, be sure to leave a comment down below.

Suggested materials:

  • Chalkboard Paint
  • Tape
  • Pots

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