This year, I decided to rekindle my job and make place markers using small terra cotta pots. You can see from this photo with the ruler, the biggest pot only measures 4" tall.
I printed names on white cardstock, then mod podged the cards onto wooden plant markers painted blue.
A green herb (such as parsley or cilantro) is used on the Passover table to symbolize spring. So I decided to plant herbs in each pot.
I'm going to use the largest pot as a centerpiece, so I made a label that reads "Kosher for Passover".
I decided the smallest pot was just too tiny to hold a plant, so I used the medium sized pots for the place markers. These festive pots and plant markers should add a nice touch to my parents' seder table.
Whatever you celebrate this weekend, have a wonderful time with family and friends.
May be sharing here:
What a lovely idea!ReplyDelete
I hope you have a wonderful weekend! Im following you from Katherines Corner Thursdays Favorite Things.
SOOOO cute, great idea!ReplyDelete
your planters are gorgeous!!ReplyDelete
Sweet, I hope your holiday was a happy one. Thank you for your bloggy friendship and for participating in the hop. xoReplyDelete
Great idea. Wow.ReplyDelete
woww great post good luck,,ReplyDelete
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I love the planter cards.. :) So cute.. I'm here to have a cup of tea.. ;) Thanks so much for dropping by and for the sweet comment..
Have a nice day
these turned out awesome, you are a very talented lady...hope your week is awesome!ReplyDelete
Thanks so much for sharing on Craft Schooling sunday, and have an amazing Passover!ReplyDelete