Wildflower Seed Bombs

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Lets make the World a prettier place with Wildflower bombs! This is a fun project and a reason to get your (and your kids) hands dirty. There are just a few simple items needed and let the fun begin. 

Materials:

Step 1: Roll out the clay into a flat slab.

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Step 2: Put some dirt onto the clay. Its easiest to place the dirt down the middle.

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Step 3: Sprinkle the seeds down the middle of the slab of clay.

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Step 4: Now roll the clay up into a ball with all of the dirt and seeds in the middle. Keep rolling it around until all of the clay, dirt and seeds are incorporated.

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Step 5: Roll the clay into a snake-like shape and cut off small sections.

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Step 6: Roll the clay into small balls about an inch thick and then let them sit out for at least 24 to 48 hours to dry thoroughly.

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Step 7: I used burlap fabric and a little jute string for my seed bomb but you can decorate it any way you would like!

Spring will be here before you know it and what better way to enjoy the season then to plant new flowers! These seed bombs make a great house warming gift or even a party or wedding favor. An added bonus: #savethebees

XO

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Lisa

Hi I'm Lisa, I am a pinterest obsessed DIYer who loves all things blue. I am excited to share the things I love: home decor projects, recipes, and crafts while being as environmentally and health conscience as I can. I hope that you enjoy these little pleasures in life as much as I do.

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