We have had such fun sharing our DIY felt vegetable garden project with you this week. At the beginning of the week we shared the tutorial for the cute felt veggies including radishes, potatoes, carrots, mushrooms and beets. Next we shared the tutorial for the little felt tomato vine plant that sits alongside our fabric veggies. Made using paper wrapped floral stems the tomato plant is such fun for the kiddos to play with as they can harvest their ripe tomatoes from the plant. Yesterday we showed you how to make the gorgeous striped fabric basket for harvesting all the other vegetables in. And today we finish off our DIY felt vegetable garden project by showing you how to make pretty veg label sticks and a printed garden sign for the veg box. Using jumbo craft sticks from Michaels we painted them in a chalk white paint and allowed them to dry. Using the SVG file below print and cut the names of each vegetable onto vinyl using your cutting machine and stick them onto the painted sticks. So simple! If you don’t have a cutting machine you could use a marker and stencil set to achieve the same look. Our “Lucy’s Garden” sign can be downloaded, altered with a name of your choice and printed onto card stock. The font we used is called Gist Light. After trimming our sign we covered it in clear vinyl to protect it from the elements – and sticky fingers! We hope you enjoy making our felt vegetable garden, we have had a whole heap of fun sharing it with you. Enjoy! ˜Lia
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Is there instructions for making the burlap dirt?
We do not have a pattern for the dirt as we just made 4 “pillows” that fit inside of the crate we used. You can see them a bit better in this post https://liagriffith.com/printable-garden-sign-and-diy-garden-markers/
I am making this for my daughter and have loved every moment of it! Thank you soooo much.
Any chance I can get a pattern for the earth rows though??
I’m so glad you enjoyed making this craft!! We love creating activities that are perfect to do with the kids! For the earth rows, we simply bought some burlap material, stuffed it with polyester fiber fill, and then sewed it up. Both of these can be found at any craft store. We did not include a template because making the rows really just depends on the size of your box 🙂
I’m going to make the veggie garden and all the other things for my little niece’s 5th birthday. I’m sure she will be excited en happy!
You are welcome! Hope to see yours:-)