Spring is in full swing and while the transition season can bring many beautiful sunny days, it can also bring a lot of rainy days that might keep you indoors. If you're looking for some fun ways to make the most of those days, take a look at these 5 crafty ideas you can make with seed paper. Each one is perfect for the season and uses a special eco-friendly paper made from recycled material that is embedded with tons of wildflower seeds. This way, instead of tossing your craft projects when you are done with them, you can plant them in your garden!
Learn how to make these beautiful roses for spring and summer events. Make them with seed paper so they won't die on you and you can plant them after to grow real wildflowers!
Make this unique wall art using a branch you can find outside and plantable seed paper. It will add a beautiful touch to a bedroom or living area, and it is surprisingly easy to assemble.
Add vibrant pops of color to your walls and decorate in an eco-friendly way with these seed paper flowers. Whether it's for a baby or bridal shower, birthday, wedding or anniversary party, you can see the full effect of fresh florals for a fraction of the cost.
Show your mom or another special lady in your life some love this Mother's Day with a beautiful handcrafted card made with heart-shaped seed paper confetti. It's easy to make, and the recipients will be thrilled when they find out they can plant the seed paper petals to grow real flowers.
Make a springtime craft that will capture the essence of the season with DIY pinwheels made with plantable seed paper. They'll brighten up your home for the season, and then you can plant them after to grow wildflowers!
You can buy seed paper sheets for your eco-friendly paper and gardening projects from Botanical PaperWorks. We have a variety of seed options including wildflower, herb and veggie, and over 25 seed paper colors. Join our mailing list to receive emails with freebies, projects, coupons, green living tips, and decor ideas and follow us on Facebook, Twitter, Instagram, and Pinterest