Everyone is going crazy doing projects during the COVID – 19 pandemic. Things are pretty much shut down and a lot of people are finding projects to do around their homes. I must admit I started off strong with closet cleaning, outdoor furniture staining and other projects but then lost some motivation.
What I needed was a simple project that made me feel like I had done something without spending hours upon hours. A quick picture on a friend’s Facebook feed and I found the perfect project to do. The winning factor was that I had all the needed supplies and no trip out was required.
I love having fresh herbs to use in cooking and had recently gotten some great plants at our local Transylvania Farmers Market using their nifty difty online ordering with curbside no contact pickup. When I saw a cute way to use wine corks to make herb markers I knew it was meant to be.
Look how simple this was. Took me about 5 minutes to select the corks from my stash, write the names on with a Sharpie and stick the kabob skewer into the end of them.
I love it when a plan comes together so easily. My source of inspiration came from a picture posted on her Facebook feed by Mary Levad Lovstad. Mary is one of my Iowa blogger friends and a really lovely one at that. If you want to follow another great blog check Mary’s website at Farm Girl Weddings where she highlights her business. Follow her blog and her podcast Farm Women Food by clicking here..
Have you done any crafty projects during this lockdown? I would love to hear all about them so leave me a comment and Comment for a Cause – WHO Covid-19 Solidarity Fund.