Spring is in full swing & it is time to play in the herb garden. Karen Bearse here, with a fun EasySculpt® Clay tutorial. I was going to use the plastic herb signs as usual but the words always end up coming off & they aren’t very attractive. I have seen a number of DIY ideas including painting rocks. In fact for years I have been meaning to do that. As I looked at my mojito crop growing away, I thought what about making my own garden signs?
· Glimmer Glaze, assorted colors
· Paint markers, assorted colors
There are 2 ways to do this. &
nbsp;First-make multiple molds using store bought garden signs & EasyMold Silicone Putty. I decided the second way which is more organic to just hand make them. I was not concerned with my signs looking the same. Using EasySculpt, simply start by mixing equal portions of hardener & resin kneading the clay together until it is a uniform color.