This is a sponsored post written by me on behalf of Miracle-Gro Gro-ables. All opinions are 100% mine.
These colorful garden markers are the perfect way to brighten up your garden for next to nothing! A great quick and easy family and kids craft activity!
Every year my boys and I plant an edible garden, and it’s always one of my most favorite things that we do each year (you can check out some of our past garden and outdoor projects here!). Not only are we spending quality family time bonding while we plant and tend to our garden, we’re also making precious memories, and growing more adventurous eaters. My boys definitely eat more fresh vegetables and fruits when they come straight out of our own garden!
This year the boys planted Miracle-Gro Gro-ables seed pods for the first time, and they’re been really successful with them – exactly what I was hoping for since each Gro-ables pod is guaranteed to grow!
The Gro-ables pods have everything you need already inside of them (potting mix, plant food, seeds, etc.), so you simply remove the lid, and pop ’em in the dirt. Water the pods daily, and your seeds will begin to sprout in 1-2 weeks. Easy peasy!
What You’ll Need:
- Paint Sticks (this 10-pack was only $1 at our local hardware store)
- Acrylic Paint & Paintbrushes
- Alphabet Rubber Stamps
- Stamp Pad with waterproof permanent ink
It’s fun knowing that just by spending time with our kiddos in the garden, we’re a part of the Gro-ables Project. The Gro-ables Project is a movement to share the joy of growing herbs and veggies while giving kids truly hands-on learning experiences. For more information and lots of great project ideas, be sure to visit the Gro-ables website!
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