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  • Melissa Margles

    Recycled Spoon Garden Markers. May be the cutest gardening idea ever

  • LisaVdesigns

    Super adorable! Use thrift store and garage sale finds on random spoons to create illustrated plant markers | Recycled Spoon Garden Markers

  • Samantha Duzinskas

    Spoon garden & herb markers:: such a cute idea!

  • Dolores J. Rush

    Recycled Spoon Garden Markers- WHAT?! Thrift stores usually sell tons of old spoons. Stamp the vegie, label it, and run through a xyron machine to make it into a sticker, attach to the spoon bowl & wha-la, a plant garden label!

  • Shannon Nasic

    Recycled spoon garden markers cute idea

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