Seed paper is produced bymixing recycled paper pulp with seeds and pressing the mixture into a shape. You can use plain white paper, newspaper, tissue paper, cardboard, and most other types of paper (besides paper with a glossy finish) to create the pulp. The process is quick and easy, and it doesn’t require any special equipment.
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What can you do with recycled seed paper?
Seed bombs and seed paper can be made into creative gifts, party favors, or an inspiring nature activity for students. While these instructions turn your recycled paper into a 3 D shape using a mold, you can also make seed paper following these steps, and laying out the paper mache on a screen, in the traditional way of making paper.
How to make plantable seed paper at home?
How to Make Plantable Seed Paper Step 1: Gather Paper, Tear, Put into Blender Step 2: Pour in Warm Water, Blend into a Smooth Pulp Step 3: Stir in Seed, Strain Step 4: Spread Pulp, Flatten, Dry Seedpaper Makes Great Note Paper, Invitations, Post Cards
How to make a paper seed packet?
Take the first triangle piece at the top that is closest to you and fold this in between the two pieces of paper at the front. Add your seeds into the pocket of the packet. Take the remaining triangle piece of paper at the top and fold this over to secure the contents of the packet. Secure this with some craft glue, paper sticky tape or a sticker.
How do you make paper mache with seeds?
Flower seeds, a wildflower mix, or even herbs and vegetables will all work. Tear the paper into small pieces, and place it in the blender. Then, add twice as much water as paper. (For example, if the paper reaches the 1 cup mark on the blender, add 2 cups of water.)