Have an Eco-friendly Valentines Day with this Heart-Shaped Seed Craft #SCJgreenerchoices

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As an elementary school student, each year my daughter exchanges Valentines Day cards with her classmates. Whether it’s  a small bag of candy or a heart shaped pencil, most students give a little treat to go along with their cards. I came across this unique idea for creating a small seed craft to attach to your child’s Valentine’s Day cards. It’s not only eco-friendly, but they can be planted to grow wildflowers, adding a little bit of beauty to the world! Come check out my post on the SC Johnson Greener Choices blog to find the directions!

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Heart Shaped Seed Bombs

Valentines Day Craft

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  1. Digna (Autumn Blues) says
    What a great idea! I love gardening and would like to get my son more involved this spring. I am trying to guess at what you use to get the seeds to hold together. Will give a visit to SC Johnson and checkout your post.
  2. Can you tell me if there are other types of seeds that can be used?
    • you need a seed that is fairly hardy but you should be able to do many kinds. Wildflowers don't have a lot of nutritional needs so they grow fairly easily as long as they have enough sun and water.

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