The gift that keeps giving our seed-starter kit is a thoughtful handmade gift for the green thumbs on your list.
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- canning jars with lids
- two branches cut to 12" length: one 1-1/4" and one 1/2"
- wooden tool caddy
- seed-starting mix
- various seed packets: herbs, vegetables, flowers
- small clay pot
- peat pots and pellets
- popsicle sticks
- chalk marker
- chalkboard paint
- hot glue gun and glue sticks
- durable fabric, such as denim
- embellishments such as wood tags
- permanent marker or wood-burning tool
Fill jars with seed-starting mix and peat pellets. Attach durable fabric to lids with hot glue then jars. Create wood tags by slicing tree limbs, add lettering with a permanent marker or wood-burning tool.
Whittle both sticks to a tapered end and sand smooth. The larger dibble can be used to make a hole in soil, the smaller will be handy for gently pressing a seed into the soil.
Spray popsicle sticks with chalkboard paint and write names of seeds with chalk marker.
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