- How to mark your vegetable Garden?
- How do you make polymer clay garden markers?
- What to use to write on plant labels?
- How do you label seedlings?
- What kind of clay can you bake?
How to mark your vegetable Garden?
They are perfect for labeling veggies or plants in the garden. Use acrylic paint or marker to write the names of the veggies. Then add fun designs, like polka dots, or trace the designs that are pre-printed on the wood. Add outdoor Mod Podge so the paint doesn't wash away in the rain.
How do you make polymer clay garden markers?
Make Your Own Herb Markers + Our Potted Herb Garden
We're sharing our make your own herb markers how-to. They're a take on Magnolia Market's. Easy and fun for kids too! We love them in our potted herbs!
What to use to write on plant labels?
If you particularly want to use a pen try a black "Sharpie - ultra fine" (larger size nibs are available). These are the pens used by many of my local nurseries - and they are the most fade resistant I've used. The ultra-fine nib allows you to write neatly and put additional info on the label if you want to.
How do you label seedlings?
You can start your seeds in empty eggshells and write on the shells to label your seeds. Simply fill some empty eggshells (make sure they're mostly intact) with organic fertilizer and one seed per shell. Then, use a marker to write the name of the seed you planted directly on the eggshell.
What kind of clay can you bake?
1. Polyform Polymer Clay. Polyform's polymer clay is the original oven-bake clay. Available in a 1.75 pound pack, this white Sculpey clay is super soft and pliable and won't dry out even when exposed to air for extended periods of time.