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  • Ludmila Baker

    Garden rocks ~ let's paint rocks!!!

  • Amy Shooman

    Super cute idea!! Garden Stone Markers! #gardening #markers

  • Jennifer Lucas

    Painted rocks for garden markers. Another great Girl Scout garden idea

  • Kim York

    No more blown away plant markers in the garden...this fun project the kids can help with too! ooh good idea. (Pinner: I have painted rocks but never made garden markers so would like to try some. I use paints for outdoor use.) Also, an unpainted rock Idea from Vermont Wildflower Farm: write words on the rocks to create markers using a permanent marker. www.facebook.com/.... (Click on photos)

  • Lorie Stiles-Realtor

    Painted rocks for garden markers. What a cute idea!

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