DIY Herb Garden with FREE Label Printable

Check out this DIY herb garden. It even comes with FREE printable plant labels. Totally making these this year!
Hello Lil’Luna readers!

This is Shonee from Hawthorne and Main and I am super excited to be here with you today.  Hawthorne and Main is the place to find all sorts of fun DIY’s as we journey through fixing up a fixer upper.  I love to share rustic modern DIY’s and design tips.

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I am so ready for spring…. who’s with me?!

I love the cold weather for about one month and then I am totally over it.  I know that there are people out there who truly love winter….kudos to you!

Since I am trying to work on my black thumb, I deiced to create a simple herb garden. Hopefully this year I can keep them all alive….sigh.

Today I want to show you how easy it was to create this herb garden, not mentioning anything about how easy they are to keep alive, though…..hahah.  I even included some super cute plant label printables!! yay!

SUPPLIES:

  • Terra Cotta Pots
  • Paint
  • Scissors
  • Painters Tape
  • Wood Sticks
  • Glue
  • Plant Labels

DIRECTIONS:

Check out this DIY herb garden. It even comes with FREE printable plant labels. Totally making these this year!

Start by painting your pots! You can use acrylic paint like I did or you could even use spray paint.  Either way lets make them pretty.  I added some painters tape to create a colorful design. Make sure to press the tape down firmly to ensure that you don’t get any messy drips under the tape.

Check out this DIY herb garden. It even comes with FREE printable plant labels. Totally making these this year!

Check out this DIY herb garden. It even comes with FREE printable plant labels. Totally making these this year!

Allow the paint to dry completely before planting your herbs.  Print and cut out the plant labels.  Use a little bit of craft glue to secure the label to the stick.

Check out this DIY herb garden. It even comes with FREE printable plant labels. Totally making these this year!

Once the paint is dry, plant your herbs and label accordingly.

My herb garden is still alive and well, I am hoping the they will continue to thrive and we will have fresh herbs for months to come.

Do you plant fresh herbs? Due tell your secrets on keeping them alive!!

Check out this DIY herb garden. It even comes with FREE printable plant labels. Totally making these this year!

Check out this DIY herb garden. It even comes with FREE printable plant labels. Totally making these this year!

Check out this DIY herb garden. It even comes with FREE printable plant labels. Totally making these this year!

Here are a few other DIY’s from Hawthorne and Main:

DIY Cement Flower Pot

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Colorful Painted Pot Tutorial

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Kitchen Cart Turned Gardening Station

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This is such a fun spring project! And one that would be fun to involve the kids in.

Thank for sharing this DIY, and for these cute Printables!!

Go visit Shonee over at Hawthorne and Main for more of her awesome projects!

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Owner/Content Creator at Hawthorne and Main
Shonee is the owner of the blog Hawthorne and Main. The place to find all sorts of fun DIY projects as she and her husband remodel their first fixer upper. There is never a dull moment.
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    I realized the first time I planted a few herbs how important labeling was, especially if you start from seeds…oops.
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