A beginner-friendly tutorial for creating custom seedling bags. A beautiful (and cheap!) DIY gift idea. Affiliate links in post.
While we may be well and truly out of spring, Canada’s weather does not seem to agree. It has been raining constantly here! Well, almighty rain overlord, you have achieved your goal – and, for today, I’ve decided to fully lean into the springtime spirit with some DIY seedling bags!
These are super easy to make and require absolutely 0 skill, I promise. Plus, they’d make cute and practical gifts for any gardeners in your life!
(The keen-eyed of you may have noticed this craft on my 50 Cottagecore DIY Ideas post! And the rest of you should definitely check that post out too . . . )
Personally, I’m still planning out what I want to grow in my garden and haven’t started any seedlings. So maybe I should be grateful for the late summer? Eh, that feels like a stretch.
If you’re someone that likes to grow flowers or veggies each year, you could use these to store any seeds that you harvest.
What You Need:
How To Make:
If you’d like to watch the video format of this tutorial, you can check out my TikTok below:
I also featured these in my Plant Lover’s TikTok Compilation video below:
For those of you who prefer a written tutorial, read on!
- Use Canva or your preferred design software to find images and designs you’d like on your seedling bags. I searched for line-art flower images and used a type-writer font to create my designs!
- Print your designs onto iron-on transfer paper. Cut them out as closely too the design as you can.
- Place card between the middle of your hessian bags to ensure they don’t stick together when we iron.
- Iron your designs into place. Leave to cool and enjoy!
And that is it! I hope you guys enjoyed this post; sorry it’s such a short one but your girl has been busy!
I’m excited to have more free time in the near future – and a desk. Because working from the sofa? Not for me. If you enjoyed this post, make sure to share it and drop me a comment down below!