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Reuseable flower/vegetable SFG planning stickers?

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Post  ShadowWynn on 12/24/2010, 5:38 pm

Quoting Lavender Debs:
Back to gardening. I thought it would be kewl to have a grid page that those static labels would stick to, with a sheet of brightly colored labels for my different garden choices so that I could play around with who goes where. Right now, I have to draw my grids (I know there is a web page and I know I can (and have) use Excel to do this. But the paper doll lover in me still wishes for the pretty stickers and board.

Okay, I second this!!! One of my other passions is scrap-booking and I swear it cannot be that hard to come up with something for us SFG folks to use. Do you think Mel would give permission for us to use some of the pictures in his book (the diagrams showing how many carrots/radishes/cabbages/ect will go in each square) for use as reuseable stickers or static clings? It would make planning more fun for us touchie-feelie types who would rather move things around on a board than sketch and erase, sketch and erase some more.

Any thoughts? :?:
thinking I already have a couple of different ideas of how to do this inexpensively...


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Post  Lavender Debs on 12/24/2010, 6:55 pm

@ShadowWynn wrote:snip ....Any thoughts? :?: ...
No, but I like the way you think!

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Post  Megan on 12/25/2010, 10:44 am

Colorforms for SFGers??? Smile I likey!

Seriously, though, there are SO many veg and herbs, etc., that it would be hard to come up with a set like that. The cheapest thing to do, I think would be to cut out small squares of paper, write the plant names on them, and sort them around on paper grid(s) representing your garden.


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