Seed Packet Bookmarks

by Daisy

At this time of the year, I have all kinds of shredded paper sticking out of my favorite gardening books and a bunch of full size seed packets with a millimeter of seed inside. Messy!

How to Get a Free Bookmark with Seed Purchase

1. Bang chosen packet on its noggin to shake the contents to the top.
2. Fold left bottom corner to the far side, if you wish to preserve the directions.

3. Snip, fold, and tape on dotted line.

4. Petite packets and perfect page-markers. (Ooo, alliteration…)

Incidentally, you also get free bookmarks with your junk mail and bills…


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Faith Bentley November 26, 2010 at 4:46 pm

Hey, these are such a good idea. I have made about twenty so far (so easy to make) alot of my friends love this recycled stuff so i am making them to give away in my gift baskets (which incidentally contain heaps of recycled stuff and the actual basket is a woven newspaper basket!!! I love recycled crafts.!

barbara shearer December 7, 2010 at 8:36 pm

I stumbled on your sight and was so excited that I copied almost everything. I live on a small 10 ac. farm and have found so many different things to do and you just added to it. I use my gourds for bird houses and hang them in all the trees. I have grapes and at the end of summer I cut them down and make wreaths. I also have house plants that vine and use the grape vines for them to climb. I used to have a lot of blackberry bushes but could’nt figure out why I never had any berries so I sat one night and found the culprit, it was a small black bear and he loved them. I do not plant berry bushes any more. Thank you for your site I have really enjoyed it Barbara

Tomato Lady December 8, 2010 at 3:56 pm

barbara shearer– A bear?! I think I would give up on berries, too! I love the things you are doing. I think gourds and grape vines are some of the neatest things going. If you grill out a lot, cut up little pieces of grapevine, soak them in water, and put them on the coals when you grill. Better even than mesquite.

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