5 Ways to Use Seed Paper Heart Confetti This Valentine’s Day

The loviest-doviest day of the year is almost here. If you’re as excited about Valentine’s Day as we are, then you’ll love eco-friendly seed paper heart confetti. There are so many ways to use it, from decor to gifts, so we’ve rounded up some ideas for you.

Get ready to spread the love and wildflowers

The great thing about seed paper confetti is that it’s made with recycled paper materials and non-GMO, non-invasive wildflower seeds. You’ll feel good about using it, and the earth will love you for it too. With more than 27 color options, they’ll also go with almost any palette.

Take a look at the ideas below and let your sentimental side run wild:


Make a garland for decor

seed paper heart confetti garland in lavender, hot pink, aqua, and cornflower blue

Hang these seed paper heart confetti garlands from your fireplace mantle, or string them between some decorative branches in a vase for a sweet and simple addition to your home decor. All you need is some twine and hot glue to get started. When the day is over, place them in a pot of soil to grow a bouquet of biodiversity-supporting wildflowers.

Sprinkle inside a gift

seed paper heart confetti from Botanical PaperWorks sprinkled in a jewelry gift box

Bring your v-day gift to the next level with a pop of color. With a sprinkling of seed paper heart confetti in a gift box or basket, your recipients will definitely feel the love. Plus, they give a bonus gift of gardening.

Slip inside Valentine’s Day cards

seed paper heart confetti from Botanical PaperWorks added to a valentines day card printed on seed paper

Let your valentine know you want your love to grow (literally!). Pop the confetti into the envelope or inside your v-day card for a fun surprise. Want your own set of Bee Mine seed paper cards? Learn how to make them with the free printable template in this blog post.

Tuck into an upcycled craft

seed paper heart confetti from Botanical PaperWorks sprinkled in a recycled cardboard owl Valentine's Day craft for kids

Perfect for a family craft night, these owls made out of recycled cardboard double as fun containers for treats and seed paper heart confetti. The person who gets this valentine will have no doubt that there’s someone out there hoo loves them a lot! Then they’ll get to grow that love into blooms—a memorable valentine for sure. Find the instructions for this craft here.

Add to a tablescape

seed paper heart confetti from Botanical PaperWorks sprinkled on a tablescape for Valentine's Day

Brighten up your Galentine’s Day brunch with a trail of seed paper heart confetti pieces along the center of the table. Guests will love that they can plant the paper after to grow wildflowers, and you’ll feel good about your choice in sustainable decor, as the seed paper confetti is made from recycled paper materials and non-invasive wildflower seeds.


What better way to decorate the day of love than with cute heart-shaped confetti that grows into a bouquet? Now you’re all set to make your Valentine’s Day one to remember.


Learn more about this special paper made by Botanical PaperWorks that uses post-consumer materials and is embedded with seeds so that it will grow when planted!

You can buy seed paper sheets for eco-friendly papercraft projects from Botanical PaperWorks. We have a variety of seed options, including wildflower, herb and veggie, and over 25 seed paper colors. Join our mailing list to receive emails with freebies, projects, coupons, green living tips, and decor ideas and follow us on Facebook, Twitter, Instagram, and Pinterest

SHARE

Leave a Reply

Similar posts you might like

DIY Wedding Planning Binder from Botanical PaperWorks with free printable pages

{free printables} Wedding Planning Binder Download

We’ve added a NEW vendor contact list sheet to our popular Free Printable Wedding Planning Binder to help you stay even more organized! This amazing wedding planning must-have comes in 3 color options and includes a ton of planning resources and dividers to keep all your wedding details organized. Happy Planning!

Read More