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My herbs are off to a great start this year. I love to use fresh herbs that I can pick right outside my back door from my herb pot garden. However, I thought my current herb pots needed some sprucing up this year so I created some vinyl labels to use as markers for my pots.
I painted my herb garden pots last year using Valspar spray paint specially designed for outdoor use. The spray paint was both paint and primer combined, which is key! I chose to paint my herb garden pots bright colors that coordinate with the pillow covers that I made for my porch.
Using my Silhouette, I cut out the herb names using the font Graphite Std. Wide. I also used the chevron pattern that came free with the Silhouette software. I chose white vinyl to make the herb names really pop on the brightly colored pots.
I think my vinyl markers really add the finishing touch to my herb garden pots. I’m looking forward to enjoying lots of fresh herbs in my recipes this summer!
What is your favorite herb? Have you created any unique herb pot markers?
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