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This post first appeared over at The Crazy Craft Lady where I’m a contributor. With some inexpensive spoons and acrylic paint you can create colorful wood spoon garden markers for your garden that are practical as well as pretty!

Wood Spoon Garden Markers - Kingston Crafts

WOOD SPOON GARDEN MARKERS

These wood spoon garden markers are the perfect way to bring a little creativity to your garden! I love color – and this was a great way to use some of my “leftover” paints.

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HOW TO MAKE WOOD SPOON GARDEN MARKERS

1. Wrap washi or painters tape around the base of each spoon.

2. Use a foam brush to paint each spoon (I chose the paint colors to “match” the vegetable/fruit).

3. Let dry. A tall cup easily fit six spoons at once! Paint a second coat if necessary.

4. Cricut has a cartridge called Freshly Picked that has over a dozen different plant names ready to cut – so it took me less than five minutes to create these. Don’t have a Cricut? Stickers would work just as well.

5. Remove tape from spoon and add plant names. PS…normally I would use transfer tape for vinyl, but these were small enough that I just peeled them right off and applied them to the spoon.

5. Add a layer of outdoor Mod Podge to each spoon.

These colorful wooden spoon plant markers will help you identify the plants in your garden and get you ready for the riot of color that your fruits and vegetables will bring! Happy planting!

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