DIY Glass Pebble Plant Stakes

Add useful decorations to your garden with these fun plant marker stakes! All you need is some pebbles, pens, and mod-podge!

DIY Glass Pebble Plant Stakes

What you need

Patterned Paper Scraps, Glass Flat Backed Pebbles, Pen, White Paper, Eye Pins, Wire Trimmers, Steel Wire, Glue Stick, Mod Podge, E6000.



Instructions

1. Write out the names of your plants onto white paper. Cut them out and adhere them onto your patterned paper.

2. Brush Mod Podge onto the back of your glass pebbles and place them down over your plant names.

3. Cut 15″ (Or longer depending on how tall you want your stakes.) pieces of wire. Use a pair of pliers to bend the ends as shown.

4. After your glue has dried, trim away the extra patterned paper from around your glass pebbles.

5. Use E6000 or other strong adhesive to adhere an eye pin onto the back of your glass pebble. Let those dry.

6. Place your stakes into the ground around your plants and hook your glass pebble markers onto the stakes.

How did yours turn out?


Comments

  1. Boy did my mind take a left turn I saw this project. I used it as a way to mark food for a potluck or large gathering to tell guests which dishes were met their dietary restrictions. Gluten Free, Dairy Free, Nut Free, ect. I used plaster of pairs base made in small paper cup 3oz or 5oz with the same wire in it then made pretty with tissue, or wrapping paper as easy way to change it’s look. They are fun and easy take off on this project.

  2. Debi Mahood says:

    I would seal the back or else they will fall apart in the water.

  3. This is cute but it’s gonna be messy if its raining a lot. Because paper and glue

    • I’ve used outdoor polyurethane on paper Mache and it holds up good, but it does yellow after time. For a seasonal project like this, it would be good to use.

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