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DIY Seed Packets for Spring

DIY Seed PacketsLooking for the perfect favor for a Mother’s Day brunch or spring wedding? Why not DIY seed packets? The Frugal Crafter has created a simple tutorial on making kraft paper seed packets. With her easy to follow instructions, learn how to make these pretty little seed favors that can be used for a Mother’s Day brunch, spring wedding, or even an afternoon tea party. These eco-friendly and sustainable favors are not only affordable, but are easy to put together at the last minute as well. If you already have your favors, the seed packets can also be used as place card holders at weddings and parties, or in replacement of a card or gift tag. Fill the seed pockets with anything from impatiens, to poppies, to daisies and other colorful spring flowers. You can even create a small card insert on how to care for the flowers. If you would like to see the full tutorial, check out The Frugal Crafter’s blog on “Sweet Kraft Paper Pockets with Seeds” by clicking here.

Anxious to create your own DIY seed packets?

Here’s what you will need to make these darling little seed packet favors: A packet of seeds, Kraft Paper6″ Lace Paper Doilies, Sheer Organza Ribbon, Baker’s Twine, Fabric Flowers, Tulle, rubber stamps, ink, and dry adhesive. Don’t forget, by switching up the color of ribbon, baker’s twine, and type of seeds, these can easily work for other seasons and holidays as well. Go for a rustic theme with pumpkin seeds and orange ribbon, or even a summer theme with yellow ribbon and sunflower seeds. These versatile favors can work for many occasions, as well as impress guests with a sweet little favor to take home.

We hope you enjoy making these DIY seed packets for your next event or party! Let us know how your packets turned out by commenting below.

See Also: Kraft Paper Rolls for Both Packaging and Projects


  1. Adrienne April 29, 2016

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    • Aram at Paper Mart April 29, 2016

      Thank you Adrienne! Welcome to the Paper Mart blog! We have a lot more to share so stay tuned for updates and feel free to spread the word. 😀

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