Wood Burned Plant Labels

 One of my wishes for our new house was to start a kitchen garden. One part of the house has a flat roof, so since a couple of weeks I'm busy to set up my little garden there. Far out of reach for snails.

This year is the experimenting phase, with vegetables and flowers in pots, pans and buckets, but when all goes well I will ask my husband to make two large elevated garden beds on the roof for more serious vegetable growing business. 

At the moment I'm growing seeds behind the living room window and planting them over in bigger pots once they're large enough.


To see what's planted in each little pot I made plant labels. Last week I showed you the charcuterie board that I decorated with my new pyrography pen; this week I used it to do some wood burning on food skewers to make plant labels for my vegetable garden.



 
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This week my Wood Burned Charcuterie Board was featured by My Uncommon Slice of Suburbia!

 

 
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Comments

  1. Aww <3 good for you! Your new kitchen garden looks lovely! And great idea with the wood burnt sticks! I've always wanted to explore wood burning.

    I wish you success in your business!

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  2. Best of luck with your garden! I love those plant labels.

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  3. Look great! #MischiefandMemories

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  4. Wonderful idea to use your roof to garden. Love the wood burned plant ;labels too. Will pin this post.

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  5. Good luck with your garden. Be sure to share how it comes along. #HomeMattersParty

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  6. Good luck with your plants! I love the cute labelling idea xx #MischiefAndMemories

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  7. How exciting to get started on a new kitchen garden. I can't wait to see how it blossoms over the coming months. Those labels look gorgeous. Thank you for joining us for #mischiefandmemories

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  8. I have just seen a product for wood burning and am tempted!

    Thanks for linking up with #MischiefAndMemories (as previously requested, please remember to add our badge and to complete your commenting by 9pm on Fridays, unfortunately your links will be removed if you are not willing to reciprocate)

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  9. I love the plant labels as well, and may try and give that a go. Great idea.

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