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Seed Paper Cards

Courtesy of Arnold Grummer's

'Seed Paper' is paper you make with seeds in it. Plant the paper; watch it grow into flowers! Make these cheery cards from Arnold Grummer's Paper Making Kits and Supplies with  the AG Seed Paper Flower Kit. Fun for families - kids ages six and older can make these all by themselves.

Supplies:

  • Arnold Grummer's Seed Paper Flowers Activity Set
  • Empty 16 oz sport drink or water bottle
  • Sponge
  • Bowl, 4" wide
  • Kitchen terry towel
  • Gluestick
  • Scissors


Steps:

  1. Add 1 rounded teaspoon of paper pulp to bottle 3/4 full with water. Tear 2" x 3" piece of colorful tissue in small pieces and place in bottle as well.
     
  2. Shake pulp, water and tissue for 30 to 40 seconds.
     
  3. Add seeds, shake again for 10 seconds.
     
  4. Pour pulp into strainer placed in center of flower tool.
     
  5. Remove wet seed paper from tool by pushing strainer up and out of the flower tool.
     
  6. Use a sponge to remove water from wet pulp.
     
  7. Move strainer with pulp to terry towel. Press out water. Move to dry spot on towel. Press again.
     
  8. Peel pulp off strainer. Lay on counter top to dry.
     
  9. Repeat steps to make more seed paper discs.
     
  10. Use kit supplies to create flowers or cards.
     
  11. Add leaf and tag with planting instructions.
     
  12. Send or give your 'Seed Paper' flowers to people who will enjoy getting paper they can plant from you!
     

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Love these seed cards! It usually give seed packets as gifts and this idea makes it more personal and creative, and is a nice personal way to show appreciation. Would make a great gift for teachers, work or school or church committee members, bridal or baby shower favor, and especially new home congrats card! Wonderful idea!

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