In the past, we’ve just used the tags that came with whatever plants we bought. But they’re not very easy to read and can be hard to locate the needed plant since all the signs look different.
I designed these more uniform looking signs using the Pages app on my computer. I printed them on white card stock and cut out each one. I used clear packing tape to laminate the signs so they’ll hold up better against weather and watering. Then I hot-glued a colorful popsicle stick to the back. Viola! Homemade plant signs that are easy to read and add another pop of color to the garden!
Today’s #OneGoodThing was completing my DIY plant signs and putting them in our garden! Plus, these signs will make it easier to plan out where we want to put any additional plants to complete this year’s garden! Fingers crossed we don’t lose anything in tonight’s frost!
Day 98 of 365. Day 464 in a row.
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What was your #OneGoodThing today? Please share in the comments!