Beaded Garden Marker How – To!
How To Make Easy DIY Garden Markers!
Hello again friends… How have you all been doing and hope you had a lovely weekend. We have been chipping away on projects that I plan to share here soon, some of which include our hallway, the sunroom and even a little here/there with our kitchen. Nothing too crazy, but it will still be fun to share! Anyhow, today I have the easiest summertime craft… Beaded Garden Markers! I am joining Krista from The Happy Housie and our friends as they share their summer craft/project ideas too!
Because getting supplies for projects is tricky these days, I grabbed all that I could from the kid’s craft boxes and came up with this idea! Here is what you will need:
- Glue Gun and Glue Sticks
- Wooden and Plastic Beads of Varying Sizes/Colors
- Wooden Cooking Skewers (like you use when making shish kabobs)
- Sharpie or Stamp Block Letters
Here is how easy putting this little craft together is…
I simply figured out the order I wanted to beads to go. Then I very carefully used my glue gun to add a bit of hot glue, then slid each piece up and onto place.
Next I used my stamp letters to spell out the herb or herbs on the largest wooden bead. You could also do this with a sharpie by hand.
And there you have it! I plan to make more when and if I can get my hand on some planted fresh herbs. Wouldn’t these be cute in a garden planter box as well?
Hope you enjoyed and make sure to check out these creative projects down below too! Thanks so much for visiting with me today…
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