Seed Organization

5 Materials
20 Minutes
So many seeds and not enough time to sow! Keep your seeds organized and safe to plant when you are ready with this easy organizer.
Grab your seeds, count them, divide by two and maybe add a couple. I have 19 seed packets here, so that's 10... But I'm going to go for 12 baggies.
Sew groups of 3-5 baggies together between a folded over sheet of paper. If you only have about 5 baggies, you can sew them between two pieces of paper and call it a day. If not...
Cut some 1" strips of cardboard. I used 8.
Glue layers of cardboard between you seed baggies. I used three layers of cardboard where I was going to have big seeds like beans. I used two in my other layers.
Fill with seeds...
And you're done!
Now to see where to plant my next seeds! It might be a while!
Suggested materials:
  • Plastic sandwich bags
  • Cardboard
  • Glue (I used superglue, but any kid would work.)
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  • Leslie Leslie on May 14, 2017
    I always thought you weren't supposed to put seeds in plastic bags???

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  • Debbie Debbie on May 16, 2017
    I have seeds that I have kept in my freezer for 10 years and still work fine.

  • Hrdwrknlady Hrdwrknlady on Aug 06, 2017
    Good idea! I put a small sticky magnets on the back of the packet for decor...I have some on my pantry cabinet holding pictures or my grocery list...sold some at a craft show too!