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Clever DIY Garden Markers
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Nancy Borsodi
Nancy Borsodi is a designer and photo stylist for Country Sampler's special home decorating publications. Nancy loves to create home decorating projects and ideas for others to incorporate into their own homes. Whether it's repurposing a piece to give it new life or creating a project from scratch, Nancy designs each idea with today's trends in mind. As a photo stylist, Nancy strives to bring those projects and ideas to life through inspiring images and room scenes.

Nancy has worked with the Country Sampler magazine for more than 18 years on various publications, both for consumer and trade, putting her skills to use creating DIY home decor and craft projects, incorporating inspiring home decorating ideas into various rooms, and fashioning unique retail props and visual displays. Nancy spent more than 16 years in visual display and design, merchandising and management in several retail environments. Her background in retail and visual merchandising as well as her current work in design and photo styling helps fuel her passion for creating and presenting unique and trend-inspired home decor.
Love to garden? You'll enjoy learning how to make these Clever DIY Garden Markers. Country Sampler magazine photo Stylist Nancy Borsodi walks you through how to make four types of colorful garden markers. Each is quick and easy to craft with basic supplies! It's a fun way to bring creativity into your everyday life.

MATERIALS LIST
PROJECT 1
  • Unfinished plain wooden spoon
  • Scissors
  • Copyright-free vegetable images downloaded from a website
  • Decoupage medium and a brush
  • Clear coat sealer
PROJECT 2
  • Paint sticks
  • Paint chips
  • Wooden letters or Scrabble letters
  • Decoupage medium and a brush
  • Waterproof sealer
PROJECT 3
  • Metal letter
  • Clothespin
  • Hot glue gun with glue sticks
  • Letter stamps and ink pad
  • Waterproof sealer (spray recommended)
PROJECT 4
  • Smooth rocks shaped like vegetables
  • Acrylic paints and brushes
  • Waterproof Sealer
  • Meet The Expert
    Nancy Borsodi
    Nancy Borsodi is a designer and photo stylist for Country Sampler's special home decorating publications. Nancy loves to create home decorating projects and ideas for others to incorporate into their own homes. Whether it's repurposing a piece to give it new life or creating a project from scratch, Nancy designs each idea with today's trends in mind. As a photo stylist, Nancy strives to bring those projects and ideas to life through inspiring images and room scenes.

    Nancy has worked with the Country Sampler magazine for more than 18 years on various publications, both for consumer and trade, putting her skills to use creating DIY home decor and craft projects, incorporating inspiring home decorating ideas into various rooms, and fashioning unique retail props and visual displays. Nancy spent more than 16 years in visual display and design, merchandising and management in several retail environments. Her background in retail and visual merchandising as well as her current work in design and photo styling helps fuel her passion for creating and presenting unique and trend-inspired home decor.
    Love to garden? You'll enjoy learning how to make these Clever DIY Garden Markers. Country Sampler magazine photo Stylist Nancy Borsodi walks you through how to make four types of colorful garden markers. Each is quick and easy to craft with basic supplies! It's a fun way to bring creativity into your everyday life.

    MATERIALS LIST
    PROJECT 1
    • Unfinished plain wooden spoon
    • Scissors
    • Copyright-free vegetable images downloaded from a website
    • Decoupage medium and a brush
    • Clear coat sealer
    PROJECT 2
    • Paint sticks
    • Paint chips
    • Wooden letters or Scrabble letters
    • Decoupage medium and a brush
    • Waterproof sealer
    PROJECT 3
    • Metal letter
    • Clothespin
    • Hot glue gun with glue sticks
    • Letter stamps and ink pad
    • Waterproof sealer (spray recommended)
    PROJECT 4
  • Smooth rocks shaped like vegetables
  • Acrylic paints and brushes
  • Waterproof Sealer