By Erin Huffstetler | 03/19/2018 | 5 Comments
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Last Saturday, I hosted a seed swap party at my house. Everyone was asked to bring seeds and a dish to share.
The result was lots of tasty food …
Lots of fun …
And lots of seeds to swap.
I’ll definitely be making this an annual event.
Seed Swap Party Printables
Want to throw your own seed swap party? Here are the printables from my party.
To email, fill in your information; then, save a copy of the file to your computer. Attach the file to your email, and send. In Adobe Reader, click ctrl + E to customize the font and style.
My bunting said “Swap Party,” but you can customize yours with any message that you’d like.
Print, fold and glue up a bunch of these seed packets, so your guests will have a way to take home their seeds.
Have each guest fill out a card about their seeds, so everyone will have a copy of the growing instructions to refer to.
Have a stack of small bowls ready for guests to pour their seeds into. Then, use these tented labels, to mark what’s in each bowl.
These are just a larger version of the tented labels. Pick whichever size you like best.
If you decide to throw your own seed swap party, I’d love to hear how it goes.
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