Garden signs: Two ways to make polymer clay plant markers
These polymer clay plant markers are simple to make, and they’re a creative way to identify your favorite plants.
Find out how you can make two slightly different styles of plant markers. The first has a more sculpted look, while the second has a more natural feel, well-suited for an herb garden.
Both projects start and end the same way — it’s the step in the middle that make the difference. The crafty, creative Angela Mabray details the main steps below, and you get all the details in her tutorial at CraftyGoat.com.
by Angela Mabray
Two different kinds of garden markers for you to make
Plant markers, step 1: Cut out background
Cut shapes to use for your polymer clay plant markers. I chose UltraLight Sculpey as the background for my plant marker because it’s less likely to make the wooden stakes top-heavy.
Plant markers, step 2: Add stake
Applying Bake & Bond to craft stick, so it can be embedded between two halves of clay.