How to Use a Leftover Takeaway Plastic Spoon in Your Yard

How to Use a Leftover Takeaway Plastic Spoon in Your Yard: 

How to Use a Leftover Takeaway Plastic Spoon in Your Yard:

You ordered a takeaway, and the restaurant gave you a lot of plastic cutlery. 

But don't throw it away so quickly!

Not only can you put it in your lunch box when you go to work, but you can also reuse the plastic spoon in your yard. A plastic takeaway spoon will be the perfect label for your garden. 

This trick is not only a great way to recycle what is wasted, it's also virtually free. All you have to do is remove the spoon from these cutlery packs. 

If you have a label printer, quickly print a label with the name of the herb, vegetable, or flower you want to identify in your garden. Label it on a spoon (or write it on a spoon with an oil-based pen), stick it on the soil, and you'll have a label in minutes. 

Garden spoons are not a whole new idea. You can buy decorative options online, but this trick reduces the cost of those labels. You can also easily grab a spray paint, crayon, or stencil and use them to create your own beautiful takeaway garden spoon, if needed. 

If you have admired someone else's well-organized herb or vegetable garden, you can do exactly the same with your next meal order.