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5-Minute Plant Markers

5-Minute Plant Markers
5-Minute Plant Markers
This image courtesy of creativegreenliving.com

While garden craft ideas can be stunning and long-term decorative ideas, sometimes you just need a quick and practical solution to organizing your garden. This is why the 5 Minute Plant Markers are such a brilliant idea. Insanely easy, this recycled craft project idea allows you to mark every plant in your garden as soon as you plant it. Like other tin can crafts, this adorable craft project is crazy easy to make and double as a garden protector.
Plus, this craft project idea also offers some garden security. The tin can tops will shine under the sun and twinkle in the wind, startling plant-munching critters. With these simple crafts displayed in your garden, bunny rabbits will not dare to munch on your lettuce and flowers.

Estimated CostUnder $10

Time to CompleteUnder an hour

Primary TechniqueGardening

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I get one venetian blind and cut the slats up to make markers. One blind has enough to almost last forever.

I was a little skeptical about using these tin cans outside given that hey could start rusting faster and not last that long but now hat I know he other benefits am excited to make these. If I knew they can double up as an effective pest control method then I'd have them all over my garden. Thanks for sharing this project.

I am always amazed at the easy crafts I find on Favecrafts and the sister sites that can be used in everyday life. A lot of them are recycled things. That's what I like about the 5-Minute Plant Markers. I never thought of using can lids this way, but I will NOW!

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