Made it Monday 3.8.10

Planting in our little city garden has begun!  I am so looking forward to all the goodies the Remington Man has planned on growing this year.  The first thing planted was green onions.  I decided I needed to label the garden plants to be able to help identify them to a curious one year old who loves being outside.  I am not the farmer in the family so I needed some "cheat sheets" or garden markers as they are officially called.
This is what I came up with:
Step One:  Design a label add a picture for recognition.
Step Two:  Cut out and laminate.  (I had a chance to use my new laminator by Purple Cows that I got for Christmas).
Step Three:  Unbend a paper clip.
Step Four:  Tape on paper clip to back side of laminated label.

Step Five:  Put in ground and act like you knew what it was all along.  

What have you MADE?

17 comments:

  1. Oh, I so can't wait to get out and play in the garden!!!

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  2. Thanks for hosting this! It's my first time joining. I wish I could begin planting. I'd say we have at least a month to go.

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  3. Love it that you laminated the label!
    Thanks for hosting
    Robin
    All Things Heart and Home

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  4. Awww cute! I can't wait for our snow to go away :)

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  5. Too fun - I love those!! This is my first week with the party but I can't wait to see all the other contributors!

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  6. I am so loving reading the garden posts. Makes me realize spring is just around the corner.
    Thanks for hosting your party.
    Jane

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  7. Your garden markers are so cute. Thanks for hosting again.

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  8. Great idea!
    Thanks for hosting

    blessings

    barbara jean

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  9. Love that idea! I am already clamoring to get out and work in our garden. Just a few more weeks!

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  10. What a simple and cute little garden stake - my kind of project! Thanks for hosting - have a blessed week!

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  11. Good luck with your garden. My dad plants an outrageous garden and continues to do so even though he is in his 80s. Delicious!

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  12. I love the photo of the little 7 day old baby below. You did a fabulous job of catching him at just the right moment! What a sweetie. Thank you for hosting the party!

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  13. #82 needs to be deleted...wrong web address...so sorry! Thanks for hosting!

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  14. Your plant tags are adorable - Love them! Thanks for hosting - I'm so ready for spring!

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  15. Thanks for this wonderful link party! We love it! peppertowne.com

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  16. Thanks for hosting another great link party!! And thanks for your comments on my Welcome sign too, I was pleasantly surprised by how well it turned out.

    Have a great weekend!

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