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DIY Blackboard Plant Labels (waterproof + erasable)

Large plant labels exist, including ones that can be reused from year to year. But if you want to buy slate or plastic plant markers, it will cost you. In this gardening project, I share how I’ve made my own version using reclaimed wood, and two inexpensive materials that will cost you around $10.

With these materials, I can make 20 or more DIY blackboard plant labels that are both waterproof and erasable. The idea is that when I’m finished with them, I can clean the text off and use them again.

Disclaimer: I’ve only tested this idea over the past week, and only time will tell how easily they can be erased. Keep an eye out for an update on them later this year.

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These are convenient affiliate links* to Amazon, but to save money, try looking for these items at your local arts and crafts shop.

(USA) Chalkboard paint:
(USA) Or try…chalkboard spraypaint:
(USA) Waterproof chalk marker:

(UK) Chalkboard paint:
(UK) Or try…chalkboard spraypaint:
(UK) Waterproof chalk marker:

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