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DIY Herb Garden Markers: Personalize Your Garden

DIY Herb Garden Markers: Personalize Your Garden

Setting up your herb garden is not just about cultivating aromatic plants; it's also about adding a touch of creativity. One way to do this is by making adorable garden markers using polymer clay. Here's what you'll need and how to craft your own set:


  • Oven bake-able polymer clay rolled into 1.25″ balls (prepare one ball per marker)
  • Appropriate baking dish as per the clay's package instructions
  • A rolling pin
  • A butter knife
  • Rubber letter stamps


  1. Prepare the Clay Coils: Roll each clay ball into a coil roughly 5.5″ long. Flatten these coils to about .25″ thickness using a rolling pin.

  2. Shape Your Markers: Using the dull side of your knife, trim one end of each coil into a point. Shape the edges of each marker with the flat side of the knife. Smooth out any imperfections with your finger to refine the shape.

  3. Transfer to Baking Dish: Once shaped, transfer the markers onto a baking dish. Get ready to personalize them with your stamps!

  4. Stamp Your Garden Markers: This is where the fun begins! Use your rubber letter stamps to imprint the names of your herbs onto each marker. Get creative with your designs and lettering.

  5. Bake According to Instructions: Follow the baking instructions provided on the clay's package. As polymer clay is plastic-based, there's no need to seal it. Bake the markers accordingly.

  6. Handle with Care: Remember, while these markers are charming, polymer clay isn't the sturdiest material. Be gentle when handling them. However, once planted next to your herbs, they should hold up well. I've had mine outside throughout the summer, and they've remained intact!

Creating your own garden markers is a delightful way to add a personal touch to your herb garden while keeping track of your plant varieties. Plus, these handmade markers add a touch of whimsy to your gardening space!

So, grab your materials, get crafty, and personalize your herb garden with these adorable DIY markers!

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  • Danielle Lasit