Garden Seed Storage Box

  • Difficulty Rating: Beginner
Garden Seed Storage Box

If enjoy gardening and like to save seeds for replanting a favorite flower or vegetable, this Seed Box is a great way to organize and store them in one place.

Inside you can keep notes for recipes or gardening tips as well as seed envelopes separated by dividers for easy access.


  1. Spray paint base coat on box and let dry thoroughly.
  2. Cut a strip of patterned paper to wrap around the box and adhere in place.
  3. Cut a 3 inch circle with the Circle Shape Template and trim edge with Scallop Paper Edgers; ink and adhere to front.
  4. Create a layered flower made from the Oopsie Daisy Squeeze Punches. Curve petals up or down for dimension. Add buttons and mini brad to center of flower. Adhere near top left of circle.

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  5. Add Squeeze Punched Mint Condition leaves.
  6. Squeeze Punch Seal of Approval
  7. Print sentiment on white cardstock and punch with Round ën Round Squeeze Punch. Adhere to center of small scalloped punch and use Adhesive Foam to attach to lower right of large scalloped circle.
  8. Cut journal shape from template and adhere to top of box.
  9. Cut 2.5 inch circle from template, trim with Scallop Paper Edgers and adhere to journal shape with Adhesive Foam.
  10. Add alpha stickers ìSeed Boxî and flower sticker to embellish.
  11. Inside the box, create dividers from cardstock.
  12. Print labels on cardstock and use the Oval Squeeze Punch to punch the tabs. Adhere tabs to the dividers.

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  13. Create envelope seed packets from patterned paper.
  14. Create labels with seed information as well as punching out photos of flowers with Squeeze Punches to help label the packet.

Supply List

Basic Grey: Sugar Rush
Tin or recipe box (large enough to hold seed packets)