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    • Kate Powell

      Wine corks as herb markers -- how cute

    • Amber Hooper

      Wine Cork Plant Markers, this will go perfect with my wine bottle tiki torches. Time for some Wine lol

    • Shaine Nichols

      Wine Bottle Cork Garden Marker Cute idea to bad we don't drink! LOL

    • Shawna Taylor

      Wine Cork Garden Markers Put that collection of wine corks to good use (and your garden herbs and other plants labeled in style) with these homemade wine cork garden markers.

    • Johnna Schernikau

      Wine Cork Garden Labelers! I love this idea!!!

    • Debbie Arison Selvy

      wine cork garden markers - for my herb garden this summer!

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