If you have teachers, school staff or anyone else to thank, these free printable seed packet templates are a great way to do it!
Btw, this isn’t the only free printable you’ll find from MeganHStudio–there are lots of fun waiting for you in the VAULT!
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That’s right, they’re free
AND they’re awesome. Oh, and did I mention that they’re hand drawn? Yeppers! Every little flower, stem and succulent…that’s the only way I do things around here 🙂
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Below you’ll find PDFs to download with different designs and background colors. If you’re trying to conserve printer ink, use the templates with a white background, otherwise the templates with a craft background are my favorites!
It’s easy to say thank you!
Cut out the template, make a few simple folds and add glue to a couple tabs. Then fill with the seeds of your choice and secure the flap!
Get the look:
Looking for paper and other supply recommendations? Here’s what I used for my samples:
- 90# white cardstock This cardstock is perfect–it’s plenty sturdy enough, but not so thick that it’s hard to fold and adhere
- Scissors for quick cutting
- Adhesive runner or glue stick
- I used these wildflower seeds for my samples. They seemed to work well with the packets and there was PLENTY of leftovers to sprinkle around our yard next Spring!
If you’re looking for a specific type of seed, I’ve gathered some information here. The ones in my sample images included a filler (like dirt) which helps with planting but can make them a little more susceptible to spilling out the corners of the seed packet envelopes. Here’s a few options with and without filler. Also, be sure to check the planting guidelines to be sure these seeds will thrive in your climate 😉
|Type of Flower Seeds||Size||Includes Filler?|
|Drought Tolerant Wildflower Seed Mix||7,500 seeds||Nope! Just seeds!|
|Annual Wildflower Seed Mix (only bloom for one season)||30,000 seeds||No|
|Perennial Wildflower Seed Mix (come back every year)||5,000 seeds||Yes|
|Wildflower Seeds Mix to Attract Pollinators||5,000 seeds||Yes|
|Sunflower Seed Mix (most sunflowers are annuals)||1,000 seeds||No|
|Bee Friendly Wildflower Seed Mix||7,500 seeds||No|
Use these in lots of different ways!
These are versatile and can be used for different types of activities
- Have kids give them to their teachers, classroom aids, and other school staff
- Have students make them as a class project to give to their parents–they make a fun Mother’s Day gift!
To get the size just right on these, be sure to select “Actual Size” in your print settings, otherwise they may print out slightly smaller.
Your Free Thank You Seed Packets
Download the designs you need below. And keep scrolling to check out all the other free printables for school day fun 😉
Did you see these fun gift tags??
While we’re thanking our teachers and school staff…be sure to check out these fun ruler gift tags available in the VAULT too! I love a good play on words 😉 They come in different shapes and sizes and can easily be added to your gift plans!
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Check out these other printables to use for school-age kids!
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What’s a fingerprint poster?? I’m glad you asked! They’re a perfect way to commemorate guests at an event and also make great thank you gifts for teachers 😉 People add their fingerprint and sign their name on the artwork as a clever way to complete some element. Fingerprint trees are the most common–fingerprints are the added as leaves on the branches. And of course I have some great options for teacher appreciation gifts!
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