Today I’m excited to bring you another free printable of these adorable miniature garden seed packets in 1:12 scale!
With spring officially underway, it’s definitely time to start thinking about what to plant in your garden – and our miniatures are no exception!
I made these printables to go along as an accessory to put on my miniature potting bench. I am so excited by these and how cute they turned out!
Here is What Each Seed Packet Looks Like Up Close:
The seed packets definitely look pretty small at first glance, but if you look closely you’ll see there are lots of details – including a photo of the plant on the front and even the directions on the back.
I zoomed way in so you could see the detail – you can even see the pixels when you get that close!
Each finished seed packet measures about the same size as a real life size seed packet would be.
I didn’t have any problems assembling these even with my “big clumsy fingers” but of course you could use a pair of precision tweezers as well.
I recommend printing these out on a premium 32 lb copy paper. I went with a matte paper, but semi-gloss paper would probably look fine as well.
A Preview of What’s Included In This Printable
Since the seed packets are so small, I was able to really fit a lot of them on one sheet!
Below you can see a preview of what the free printable will look like when you download it. PLEASE NOTE: The image below is NOT print resolution! Be sure you download the actual printable using the link below!
In addition to 25 different seed packets, I also included two “bulb boxes” for tulips and daffodils!
Here’s a list of all the different vegetables, flowers and herbs included:
- Brussels Sprouts
- Green Onions
- Green Beans
- Snap Peas
- Morning Glory
Plus the two boxes for tulip and daffodil bulbs!
Download the Free Miniature Seed Packets
To download the printable file, simply click below!
I hope you enjoy these free printable garden seed packets as much as I enjoyed making them! If you do make anything with these, I’d love to see what you’re creating in our Tiny Crafter Community or hear about your project in the comments section below!