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question re: Secret Santa gift

Posted by misskimmie z4b Central NY (kim@mpgfilms.com) on
Tue, Feb 24, 09 at 11:40

Hi,

I don't have my notes with me but I received some seeds in cute paper cut outs. For example a butterfly, a flower shape, etc. The directions were to put in soil (or a pot ? ) and water. PLEASE ( pretty please with a flower on top ) tell me how they were made. What kind of paper, glue, anything else? I would like to use this idea as a fund raiser to get $ to rebuild a greenhouse on a public garden.

Thank you for such a wonderful gift

kim


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RE: question re: Secret Santa gift

Hi Kim,

I bought something just like those at my local walmart this year, they were actually supposed to be gift tags. They have all ifferent shapes and colors, right? I picked them up and have them stored in the fridge until I figure out what I'm going to do with them. I can check and let you know where there made if you'd like.

Lisa


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RE: question re: Secret Santa gift

Kim if you made your own paper you could incorporate seeds into it. I've made homemade paper before only not using this website. It's a great activity for kids. But here is a link:

http://www.pioneerthinking.com/makingpaper.html


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