seed packet printables & shop talk

In between working on several new projects on Monday, I kept running out to the mailbox – waiting to see if the mailman had brought some beautiful antique seed packets I ordered.

If there was a “who has the brownest thumb in the world” contest, I’m pretty sure I’d be a top contender, but I still adore flowers and anything with flowers on them, so I had to buy these seed packs.

They are originals from an early 1900’s seed store, and the images on them are so vibrant and pretty. Free printable antique flower seed packages -

Free Vintage Flower Seed Packet Printables

There are four seed packets to choose from – Dahlia, Lobelia, Mixed Stocks (not sure what those are, but they are pretty in the picture!, and Balsam – you are welcome to print just the ones you want, or all of them (click on the download link below).

vintage seed packages free pritables -

*Use for your own personal DIY wall art, cards, screensavers and crafts. Please do not repurpose, repost, make sellable items or redistribute without written permission. Contact me to purchase a commercial use to use these images on sellable items.  All rights reserved.


I’ll be sharing another set of seed packets from the same seed store soon!

If you missed the previous set of flower packet printables I shared, you can print them HERE.

Vintage Seed Packet

I finally got around to listing some things in my Etsy shop recently.  Click on the links below to go directly to the listings.

Mason Jar Wood Tote

handmade mason jar wood tote -

Mason Jar Breadboard

mason jar cutting board 7 - Knick of Time

Mason Jar Wall Decor with Hooks

Easy to make mason jar kitchen wall hooks! Tutorial at

Rustic Hanging Wall Crate

Pallet wood farmer's market crate - Feed and Seed stencil - Knick of Time

Vaya con Dios,

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  1. These are lovely, Angie. Thank you for sharing!

  2. Kathy D. says

    Thank you, Angie. I love the seed packets.

  3. Thanks so much for sharing, Angie…I love seed packs! Your custom stencils look great!

  4. Margaret says

    Thank you Angie!

  5. I feel compelled to report that I just killed a cactus. A CACTUS! I didn’t know that was even possible. So I think I may have bested you in the “brown thumb” category.
    The graphics on those seed packets are awesome!

    • LOL – I’m pretty sure I’ve killed those too, David! I seriously don’t know why I keep buying real flowers, and do’t just buy fake ones, but I love the real thing so much. I always just feel a little guilty, because I know when I buy them that their days are very numbered! 🙂

  6. Kim Mullan says

    I love the seed packet printable. Any chance you have found one with hydrangeas on it? I love just stopping by to see what your are writing about each day. Thanks for all of your ideas.

  7. There is such color and loveliness here! I’m rather into flowers these days and what a wonderful addition this will be to a garden collage or some of my current swap projects! Thanks for sharing the seed packets and for all the lovely inspiration!

  8. You are so generous Angie-thank you. I will use the seed packets to make a banner for my yearly ladies garden party

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