Plant markers are a great help for gardeners who need something to remind them of what and exactly where they have planted their flowers or vegetables. Now, you can do this stylishly without having to ruin the beauty of your garden. Beside that, your garden gets a personal touch. If you use them inside you do not need to put a varnish on them but if you have them outside, you should or rain will ruin these beautiful markers quickly.
First, I configured my grid guides to help me create 12 labels in equal distance from each other.
You can increase each image by clicking on it so you can easily see all settings used.
Using the Ellipse Select Tool, I created ovals for where I would put the names of the flowers and veggies I would include in my garden.
I then filled these ovals with white.
Using the Text tool, I chose the Gabriola font and a pine green color for the labels.
I color-coordinated my labels: Pine green for veggies and Fuschia pink for flowers.
After printing this out, I folded the paper into three to make it easier to cut.
I used sticky tape to secure the cut-outs on a stick. To make it stronger you can also laminate these toppers.
You can use these on flower or vegetable beds or in pots. You see, with some easy steps you can make something special for your home quickly and inexpensively.