Garden gift pockets are a quick and easy gift or party favor to make! This is a sponsored post.
My grandparents were farmers, and my dad was raised to be one, too. He left to join the Air Force, instead, but that did not stop his green thumb. We always had vegetable gardens growing up. He grew lots of wonderful veggies, from his Southern Okra to Italian greens that my mother loved.
I inherited some of his gardening skills, but I wish I’d had the chance to learn everything he knew. We have always had small gardens in our yard. A few years ago my husband enlarged our keyhole garden, and it’s time to start thinking of planting. I started buying seed packets for my own garden, and when I saw this lovely paper pack from DCWV I was inspired to create garden gift pockets to share seeds with friends.
Garden Gift Pockets DIY Supplies
- DCWV Watering Can Premium Stack
- Xyron Mega Runner
- Maker’s Movement Library Card Set
- Seed Packets
I started by die cutting the papers using my Crossover II. These garden themed papers are so cute!
I used my tape runner to add adhesive to the tabs so I could assemble the library card pockets.
Here are the assembled pockets! Ready to hold seed packets.
If the seed packets are a little too wide for the pockets, just fold the edges over. Slide the seed packets into the library card pocket. I used my Xyron sticker maker to create little pull tabs to put on the tops of the seed packets.
Once they were assembled I had fun adding a few flower cabochon embellishments. Just glue them on to add a little dimension to the pockets. This spring themed gifts are great for party favors, don’t you think? Have fun crafting and creating garden gift pockets for your friends!