Seed Packet Garden Journal

Seed Packet Garden Journal

Calling all gardening enthusiasts and craft lovers! We have a fantastic DIY project that combines two passions into one delightful creation. Get ready to repurpose your leftover seed packets and embark on a journey to create a unique and personalized Garden Journal. This easy Mod-Podge craft idea will not only showcase your gardening adventures but also add a touch of creativity to your journaling routine.

What you need

Blank Notebook

Empty Seed Packets

Mod Podge

Paint Brush Scissors



Get ready to document your gardening adventures with our delightful Seed Packet Garden Journal. Say goodbye to scattered seed packets and hello to a personalized and organized journal that captures the essence of your gardening journey.



Empty those seed packets and separate the front halves from the back halves. You won’t be needing the back halves for this project, so set them aside.


Grab your paintbrush and apply Mod Podge onto the backside of the front of your seed packets. Carefully stick them down onto the front of your notebook, arranging them in a pleasing and artistic way. Let your creativity bloom!


Once the seed packets are in place, brush a layer of Mod Podge on top of them. This will help seal and protect the seed packets while adding a touch of glossy charm. Allow it to dry completely.


Take a moment to admire your work! Trim away any excess seed packet paper that may be hanging off the sides of the notebook. This will give it a neat and polished look.

Voilà! Your Seed Packet Garden Journal is complete and ready to be filled with gardening inspiration, notes, and memories. It’s the perfect companion to accompany you on your green-fingered adventures.





  1. Andrea (aka Rokinrev) says

    And I’m sure you could do it with all sorts of labels

  2. Michelle @ Green Earth Bazaar says

    I love this idea! What a great way to make something useful from those empty seed packets. An awesome upcycled project, thanks for sharing. 🙂

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