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Stone Plant Labels

Stone Plant Labels

16/05/2013

Stone Plant Labels

We liked this idea that we found on the LuBirdBaby blog, her and her children make an assortment of labels for their vegetable patch by painting stones with the name of the plant and a picture. This could work for your family garden or for a class allotment if you have one at your school.

Remember though, if you use washable paints, make sure they are varnished or they will wash away in the rain!


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