Creations, Garden Stakes

I decided to give my flowers and plants a little encouragement this year


some perky painted garden stakes

painted garden stakes

to help them GROW BIG

garden poles


painted garden poles


garden pole tops

Just for fun I glued  beads and bits and pieces on top


My little garden girl holds the watering can at the ready


the fruit and vegetable patch is tucked in a far corner of the back yard at the edge of the woods








These are 1.5″ x 1.5″ poplar posts that I got at Home Depot for $1.25 each

poplar sticks

I gave them a light coat of spray paint and then painted each side with different text, designs, shapes and colors


garden poles 3


garden stakes


garden poles

painted poles



This is the kind of gardening I like!!


Thanks for gardening with me today!


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27 Responses to “Creations, Garden Stakes”
  1. Jacqueline says:

    These are just adorable. How colorful. Time to get in the garden is here and having these adorable stakes would just wake me up and excite me every time I entered the garden. The decor on the top is just fabulous. Enjoy your garden.

  2. Liz Mackie says:

    I love your little garden. Thanks and Happy Easter.

    From: the Painted Apron >To: >Sent: Thursday, April 17, 2014 3:00 AM >Subject: [New post] Creations, Garden Stakes > >the Painted Apron posted: “I decided to give my flowers and plants a little encouragement this year some perky painted garden stakes to help them GROW BIG BLOOM and SPROUT Just for fun I glued  beads and bits and pieces on top My little gar” >

  3. These garden stakes are so lovely and cheerful 🙂 What a lovely thing to see in your garden everyday.

  4. Happier Than A Pig In Mud says:

    Cute stakes! How fun that your garden is in already! It’s still in the 30’s at night here-enjoy:@)

  5. Mary says:

    So cute and festive Jenna! Your garden stakes would add cheer and color to anyone’s pots or garden! Our freeze date is traditionally April 15th but we had a cold snap a couple of days ago, I’m itching to dig in the dirt 🙂

  6. These need to be in a major, glossy magazine. – On the cover!

  7. These are so fun Jenna! Love them! 🙂

  8. Erlene says:

    Those are so cute. I think my youngest dd would love making these in a smaller version for her raised garden beds. Thanks for sharing.

  9. distresseddonna says:

    Cute, colorful, and creative -I’m sure the plants will respond!

  10. These garden stakes are really nice. We just moved into a new home over the holidays and I am starting my gardens now. I can think of a couple of cool stakes to make to put into my front garden. I doubt they will come out as nicely as yours did!

  11. Kim says:

    How fun, Jenna. I love these! You are so creative, and your garden is a little happier now. 🙂

  12. These are really cute! Thanks for sharing 🙂

  13. These are so cute! I hope I can find time to make a few this season. Thanks for the inspiration. And congratulation on your feature with All Things Thursday Blog Hop – I’m visiting through that post. Have a beautiful day!

  14. Your garden sticks are such a cute idea. You are so very talented.


  15. Your garden sticks are so cute and helpful.

  16. Jenna, your original post date was before I ever started blogging…thank you for sharing at Gardens Galore! Otherwise, I wouldn’t have seen these oh so cute garden stakes! Your creative genius continues to amaze me!

  17. lulu says:

    Now those are plenty cute and add such a creative touch to your garden. You are so much fun!

  18. How cute! You are so talented. I think these will definitely encourage your plants to grow bigger!

  19. Shiela hua says:

    This is an awesome idea . I should make it to design my fence

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