DIY Plant Labels
Do you need some inspiration on making you own plant labels for the garden this year? Look no further. Hometalk asked me to curate a plant label board. Included in the board is my now famous Mason Jar Lid Plant Label tutorial. Hometalk has featured the mason jar plant labels a couple of times on their Facebook fan page and we’ve gotten a lot of good responses. So thank you!
If you are not familiar with Hometalk, it’s a great site where you can find home and garden related DIY tutorials posted by homeowners and bloggers. Check out this leather crafts board I curated for Hometalk here.
Update on the Mason Jar Labels
Recently, our mason jar plant labels were featured on Country Living as well as all the other Hearst Media channels (House Beautiful and Veranda). We never imagined that a quick little craft we featured over the Christmas holidays would take off as well as it did.
In response to the popularity of the mason jar plant labels, I have created two more sheets: an herb and vegetable. As soon as I can collect and make more vintage-y graphics, I will offer more 🙂 The tutorial on how to make the labels and the original sheet can be seen here.
For a pdf download of all 3 sheet of labels, click here.
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7 thoughts on “Hometalk: DIY Plant Labels”
I have matte peel and stick 2″ round labels for ink jet printers. Should I still use Mod Podge? Or would the varnish be enough to protect the labels?
I would use outdoor mod podge or varnish. You don’t need to use both.
Debbie when I click on the home and garden link after the paragraph pin”hometalk ” it takes me to Wal-Mart and to a page for some sort of hair product with a pretty girl with very curly black hair. Help!! Can’t WAIT to make the garden markers out of jar lids…
Your “Parsley” is misspelled. Could you correct it when you have a moment? I love these labels and your novel idea!
Yikes! Thanks Judith. Lol, this has been up for 2 years and you are the first person to notice. It’s fixed and re-uploaded.
Your labels are lovely, you’re very talented! Thank you so much!