DIY Plant Markers - Laminate seed packets so you know exactly what you planted and where

Hurray for spring! Here’s a tip for gardens and containers – use empty seed packets as markers so you know where you planted, when you planted, and all of the instructions on the back. I used my laminating machine to laminate the empty packets after I planted, and taped a popsicle stick on the back. The garden markers survived a heavy rain last night and stayed waterproof.

WHAT YOU NEED:

WHAT YOU DO:

If you want to include the date you planted the seeds, write it on the empty packet before laminating.

Laminate seed packets, and cut out.

Attach sticks to packets with packaging tape.

Push in the soil near your plantings.

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