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supHERB Spring Gift

Today I’m sharing a super simple gift idea to celebrate spring! I’ve joined up with Stephanie from Crafting in the Rain (a fellow Seattle’ite) to participate in her Craft Month A-Z, and I’m representing the letter S (perfect for Stuffed Suitcase!). Since I love herbs, I decided to create another supHERB spring gift like the supHERB teacher gift I made last year.

Make this simple and easy gift for friends, neighbors, or teachers to help brighten their day and wish them a supHERB spring!

Great spring gift for friends, neighbors, or teachers!

I purchased two types of aromatic lavender plants, but you could choose whatever herb you want. Then I planted then inside of a nice glazed ceramic planter.

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I created a simple printable tag which you can use too, or make your own!

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There you have it, a supHERB spring gift for the ‘S’ craft hop! Now check out the other fun crafts shared for our Week 3 of the alphabet:

N is for Number Stamped Coasters by Organize and Decorate Everything
O is for Ombre Paint Chip Paint Art by Organized Island
P is for Polka Dot Wood Sign by Shaken Together
Q is for Quiver of Arrows Printable by Liz on Call
R is for Rainy Day Spending Fund by Over the Big Moon
S is for SupHERB Spring Gift by Stuffed Suitcase

Now you also have a chance to win some fun crafting goodies for yourself!

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There will be TWO winners:
Prize 1) DecoArt Metallic Paint Set, FloraCraft goodie bag, Duck Tape, Starbucks gift card
Prize 2) $50 Royal Design Studios gift card, American Crafts goodie bag, Duck Tape, Starbucks gift card
Giveaway runs 3/28/15 – midnight 4/4/2015. Open to US residents 18 and older. Giveaway not affiliated with Pinterest, Instagram or Facebook. Winners will be notified by email and will have 48 hours to respond or a new winner will be chosen.

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Comments

  1. Luke Mitchell says

    This is such a great idea. I sent my kids to school with a few inside some pretty blue mason jars instead of the pot. I love growing herbs in our kitchen window, we get a lot of sunlight there and they do surprisingly well. There’s nothing like fresh herbs for cooking.

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