Despite the snow on the ground, Spring will be here soon. One of my favorite things about Spring is seeing tiny green sprouts coming up in my yard, and early crocus blooms amid a gloomy landscape. I am not the most gifted gardener, but I love to plant and see the literal fruits of my labors. I know many of my friends enjoy gardening too and I thought these simple seed packet envelopes would be a thoughtful and easy gift to help welcome Spring.
A gift doens’t have to be elaborate, it’s so much more about the thought behind the gift. These seed packet envelopes take just a few minutes to put together and cost about a quarter. Add a little embellishment to the front or a handwritten note and drop this envelope off at a neighbor’s door or even put it in the mail. I know these seed packet envelopes will bring a smile to someone’s face this month.
Take a look at this easy to follow tutorial and create your own seed packet envelopes today.
These Zinnias are my daughter’s favorite flower. I had to buy extra packets so we would have some left over for our pots. Once the weather heats up they bloom quickly and last all summer, she’s already planning our flower pots for the season. These envelopes can be filled with any type of flower seed or vegetable. Use a coordinating paper to compliment your flower and a stamp or note to send a sweet Spring message.
What seeds would you include in a seed packet envelope?
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