Hand Stamped Spoon and Fork Garden Markers – Video Tutorial

I put my herb garden together this weekend (and we already raided it for Sunday dinner) and thought I’d whip up a quick set of spoon and fork garden markers to go along with it!  If you read here often, you know I LOVE metal stamping.  It’s a quick technique for personalizing all kinds of pieces, and once you make your initial investment it’s inexpensive to keep using it.  I paid $4 for this cute set of garden markers because I only needed to buy the spoons and forks.

Hand Stamped Spoon and Fork Garden Markers - Video Tutorial at www.happyhourprojects.com

I LOVE how cute they turned out!

Hand Stamped Spoon and Fork Garden Markers - Video Tutorial at www.happyhourprojects.com

I’ve been trying to incorporate more video into my tutorials, so today’s how-to is a 10-minute video.  If you prefer a photo tutorial, you can always check out my stamped spoon tutorial I shared for Valentine’s Day, and of course if you are new to metal stamping, be sure to check out my beginner’s stamping post as well.

Hand Stamped Spoon and Fork Garden Markers - Video Tutorial at www.happyhourprojects.com

I will leave some product links in the supply list to help you find some of these supplies. These aren’t affiliate links; I don’t benefit if you make a purchase.  I always get questions asking, “where can I find that?” You guys always ask!  So I’m going to make it easy and leave you some links, but buy wherever you like. :)

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Comments

  1. says

    Adianne! I love these. I keep saying I’m going to grow my own herbs but that doesn’t seem to happen. But, when I do I would love to have these.

    xoxo
    Denyse

  2. says

    Can you use stainless steel flatware? I just had a funny memory of kids forking the principal’s yard when I was in high school… ok, I’m back.

    • says

      Jeannie – I did use stainless steel for this set. You need a hardened set of metal stamps to stamp on stainless, but the premium stamps are only $20 more than the regular set. I’ve saved way more than $20 buying cheap stainless flatware instead of the more expensive silver plate already!

  3. Jessica H. says

    What a fantastic idea! We have tried the popsicle sticks in our garden, but the marker always washes off with watering and the rain, or they get broken, these would be perfect! Thank you so much for sharing!

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