DIY Seed Tape Makes Planting Easier

DIY Seed Tape Makes Planting Easier

Sarah Rae Smith
Apr 13, 2010

Although the idea of laying down in your garden with the back end of a pencil and poking holes every 3 inches for seeds is appealing, using seed tape is not only easier but the perfect gift for Spring parties, birthdays and more. All it takes is a few strips of paper, a little paste and a handful of seeds and you're good to go!

We ran across this great little tutorial over at The Giver's Log and we think it's the perfect pre-gardening project for those looking to simplify their planting time. The strips make starting your garden super easy and a little less backbreaking.

All that's required is strips of thin paper, a little diy paste made from flour and some seeds, either from your garden or store bought. This is a great way to save seeds from previous years and makes for an easy way to give them as gifts to friends and family members.

Check out the full tutorial over at The Giver's Log on making your own!

Image: The Giver's Log)

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