How to Make Plant Decorations
Do-it-yourself garden decorations can add a colorful touch to your outdoor space and work double duty as plant identifiers.
- Excerpted from Ready, Set, Grow! by DK BooksDorling Kindersley
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Colorful decorations poking up between your plants will not only add sparkle, but they can also help to identify what you have planted, like a label. Make a note in your garden diary to say which design you've used for your gardening projects. This project takes one hour to complete.
- clean foil containers
- scissors (adult supervision required)
- black marker
- colored markers
- kebab sticks
1. Draw Your Design
Place your design onto the base of a foil container, using a black marker (Image 1).
Consider a few fun ideas for your design. You could choose bugs, flowers and birds (Image 2).
2. Cut Out Your Design
Cut around the outline of your design. Use a sharp pair of scissors with the help of an adult.
3. Color Your Design
Press a pen onto the foil shape. This will make decorative, raised holes.
Color your design with colored permanent markers. Be sure to allow enough time to let the ink dry.
Excerpted from Ready, Set, Grow! by DK Books
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