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Craft Projects Made from Seeds?

What are some projects made from seeds?

By Tina from Raymondville, TX

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August 5, 20090 found this helpful

Have you ever seen those 'sailors valentines'--beautiful designs made with diff shells? You can do something similar with seeds of diff kinds, and even add dry beans when you need larger seeds. I don't have any pics of them, but if you search for sailor valentines, you will see lots! Good luck to you.

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August 6, 20090 found this helpful

If you're good with a scroll saw you could cut animals out of plywood and use the seeds to decorate it. I have a set of roosters using seeds,dried corn, wheat and other things. Hope this helps.

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August 8, 20090 found this helpful

Cover styrofoam balls, embellish with mini pinecones or flowers, and ribbon to make ornaments.

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Layer in jars. Make a seed box with seeds glued into individual compartments. Hang on wall.
Place in a glass ball as an ornament.

Dry in a microwave, drill holes in them, spray with sealer, and make necklaces and bracelets.
String together as a garland for a nature tree.

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