How to Make Yogurt Cup Plant Markers

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How to Make Yogurt Cup Plant Markers
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What you will need.

What you will need.

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Cut a vertical line from the opening of the container to the base.

Cut a vertical line from the opening of the container to the base.

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Cut the base off, leaving a large rectangle that once was the side of the container.

Cut the base off, leaving a large rectangle that once was the side of the container.

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Cut the rectangle into strips. Make sure they are wide enough to write on. We like ours around 3/4 of an inch.

Cut the rectangle into strips. Make sure they are wide enough to write on. We like ours around 3/4 of an inch.

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Cut a "V" shape at the bottom of each strip. This is where the marker will enter the soil.

Cut a "V" shape at the bottom of each strip. This is where the marker will enter the soil.

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Oooooh, so pretty.

Oooooh, so pretty.

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Label your plants accordingly and smile, knowing you never have to use those store-bought plastic markers again.

Label your plants accordingly and smile, knowing you never have to use those store-bought plastic markers again.

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See more tips and guides like these at www.theoldschool.com.

See more tips and guides like these at www.theoldschool.com.

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