Sunday, July 17, 2011

More Garden Markers

I first saw this idea at Artsy Vava's blog and "pinned it" for future reference. This is an easy project for a quick little gift or just for your garden.

I took some paper from my printer and drew a few herbs in permanent ink and then colored with water color pencils:
I ripped them into a rough circle, small enough to fit on a "hammered flat" spoon. I used a green ink pad to smudge some green around the edges:
I adhered the paper with glaze and then covered the whole spoon with the same glaze:
Artsy Vava suggested Diamond Glaze but this was on sale at Michael's for $1.99:
And here are the finished garden markers:
I think this would be a cute hostess gift, along with a small pot of herbs.
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  1. What a fun project! Anyone would appreciate these as a gift.

  2. Very cute! I agree-they'd make a great gift!

    Thanks for sharing.


  3. Hi Patti, I agree they are very cute and would make great gifts. Thank you for stopping by my blog. I appreciate your kind comment. Hope you will come back again. Hugs, Karie

  4. How clever!! What a great idea!

  5. Hi Patti. I'm so glad you liked the plant markers and gave them your own twist. I love how you flattened the spoons. You did a great job!!!

  6. these turned out so cute. I really like this idea and might have to borrow tis idea!

  7. What a daarling idea! I have some old silver plate spoons that would be perfect for this:>)

  8. How cute! I love this idea. Next time I go to Goodwill I'm going to pick up some old spoons! Thanks!


  9. I love those! I have seen them on etsy before and really thought they were cute! How did you hammer your spoons flat?

  10. How adorable are those? Please send :) Love the idea, thanks.

  11. Super cute - what a great gift idea. Hum...



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