Cork as plant labels

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  1. Isla Price Murden-Shell via Facebook - November 7, 2011

    Love this idea!!!

  2. Judy - January 24, 2012

    Love this idea. I will put mine to use.

  3. Chris - March 27, 2012

    No trouble saving these!

  4. katie - April 11, 2012

    Love this idea! We have an abundance of corks & a large garden!

  5. Christopher - April 20, 2012

    Is Sharpie sturdy enough to last through getting wet on a daily to hourly basis? Is there a better marker to use?

  6. Vincent - April 20, 2012

    We at the Fixers Collective encourage people to use natural cork. We want the synthetic cork so we can use the material for our fixes! They make great shim material!

  7. Barbara Stave - June 15, 2012

    I use corks by writing the date and names of special people who come over to the house and visit. What type pen do you use? It may be your handwriting but I use a Sharpie and it doesn’t look as good as yours.

  8. Eva - October 9, 2012

    Estupenda idea para mis alumnos y mis fiestas: reciclando, que es gerundio!

  9. Lisa - January 25, 2013

    This cork used as an herb marker is actually from my blog, Shine Your Light. I also use corks as fire starters and to make trays and trivets.

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