Today’s CRAFTWEEK post is sponsored by DecoArt. Make sure to stop by my Instagram to enter the giveaway! 🙂

Good morning! It’s Craft Week! We are celebrating National Craft Month with tons of fun blog post, giveaways and more! Be sure to follow Craft Week on Instagram to stay in the loop. 🙂 Today is sponsored by DecoArt, and we were challenged to share a tutorial featuring some their ah-mazing products. I have worked with DecoArt for years, and I love their paint! So, today I’m excited to share this super quick & cute spring craft idea with you. These easy garden markers are perfect for spring. Let me show you how easy they are to make! Let’s get started. 🙂

For this project you will need:
DecoArt Americana acrylic paint
jumbo popsicle sticks
foam paint brush
vinyl lettering or a permanent marker

First, you will paint your popsicle sticks. Paint one side then flip it over & paint the other side. Let dry.

After your paint has completely dried, it’s time to apply your vinyl lettering.
I used the Cafe Rojo font by the way.

You just remove the white backing paper, and then apply your lettering where you want it. Slowly, remove the transfer tape leaving the letters behind.

Aren’t they cute? We have started some of seeds indoors already. These garden markers make it easy to remember which seeds are which! ha! 😉 They’ll also look cute in the garden later on this spring.

What projects are you working on this spring? I’m itching to start even more spring projects! 🙂

Enjoy these other DecoArt projects. Click the link for the tutorial. 🙂

DIY Vintage Mason Jars

Chalky Finish Bench Makeover

Can Stilts

Terra Cotta Pot Candle Holder

Jumbo 2×4 Tic Tac Toe Board

Check out today’s other DecoArt bloggers and their fun posts.

Dinosaur Cupcake Toppers
DIY Rainbow Purse
Abstract Flower Paintings
Bonfire Roasting Sticks

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Here’s this week’s schedule. Follow the hashtag #CraftWeek2020 for more.

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