All-Occasion Seed Packets: Free Graphics

It all started with baby peas. Recently, I posted how to create tiny pea pod pendants, and the very next week I found a vintage peas seed packet among my ephemera stash. So I went about scanning and modifying it to create a little gift packet to hold the necklace for placing in a gift box. (Feel free to snag the image below for yourself!) Next thing I know, with little packets on the brain, I’m designing more and more with fun bright graphics. I saved each individual packet image large enough for you to use at any size printable on a letter size sheet. To access the graphics, simply click on an image and drag it into a file. Then place within your open software page and adjust the size(s) to your liking. Here are a dozen fun printable packet designs just for you.To make your packets, print out and trim along the edges of the graphics.Fold up the bottom, and in the short side and spread a bit of glue stick adhesive along each. Fold over the large flap and press. Then the top flap folds down to close.They make great little note card envelopes, pockets for small supplies, party favor holders or gift card wrappers. I’ll be using one for my needles and think they would make cute little travel sewing kits.With a round punch you can cut a semi-circle area for accessing the contents. I used my Martha Stewart scalloped 1″ punch.Tuck a little loot in one for someone special. (Recognize the jump-rope girl from the growth chart I posted?)Make one large enough to hold index cards, receipts, coupons and more. Wrap little floss cards with Divine Twine for sharing with your creative friends or for projects on the go!What would you use them for?


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  1. #1 - mizdarlin says:

    Aren't you a princess for sharing these..
    I wonder what it would be like to make a small zippered purse out of the pea pod packet, and use the tiny peapod for the zipper pull?

  2. #2 - Anonymous says:

    Oh my!!! Darling little things! Thanks for sharing!

  3. #3 - Jaclyn says:

    Ooooo…thanks for sharing! These will make great gift card (Starbucks!) holders for gifts!

  4. #4 - Collquest says:

    The stuff you create makes me happy…and even more happy that you're willing to share. God Bless all you put your heart and hands to Cathe…

  5. #5 - Cheree says:

    You are so clever and kind. Thanks for sharing!

  6. #6 - kathysews says:

    Those are awesome. I love them all, I think they will make great gift card holders.

  7. #7 - Lea says:

    I made a knitted bow for my sisters hair it will fit perfect inside this little package and also some mini journals i made too. Perfect

  8. #8 - Ann says:

    Oh I love these Cathe – you are SO good to us, your adoring followers! I'm going to print some out ASAP!

  9. #9 - Sara says:

    Gracias por compartir!!! unas ideas estupendas. Eres un sol. Besos.

  10. #10 - Effie says:

    I have no idea what I'll do with them……..yet! but they're just so cute!

  11. #11 - enjoy says:

    Wonderful download, take a look at my blog what i did with them 😉….728/

    Thanks a lot!

  12. #12 - Julie says:

    Oh these are fantastic!!! What a fab idea – this is going in my faves folder! Thanks so much for your generosity! Juliexx

  13. #13 - Sue says:

    Hi Cathe! I've been following your blog for over a year now and – while I'm pretty much always amazed at what you come up with – this project has to be hands-down my fave! This is a smack-me-in-the-forehead piece of brilliant simplicity! (I'm also a fan of the decals and cereal box notebooks…) Thank you so, so much for all the great things you put on your blog – I'm so inspired every time I visit!

  14. #14 - Tracey says:

    Oh my, these are such fun little gems!

  15. #15 - randomcreativity says:

    These are wonderful! Thank you so much for sharing! I love the little peas too, and am going to have to look harder for that elusive green leather…

  16. #16 - Wooden Chest Studio says:

    beautiful boxed, I love the way they fold! thanks for sharing

  17. #17 - Michelle*G says:

    These are gorgeous! Thank you so much for sharing these!

  18. #18 - Angie @ Ranch Dressing says:

    So so cute! thank you for sharing your clever ideas.

  19. #19 - Heidi Meyer says:

    These are adorable!! Thank you so much for sharing!

  20. #20 - The Pennington Point says:

    Well I flipped a few months back when you showed us that little pea pod. I've been on the hunt (OK, thinking about going on the hunt) for some green shoes ever since. Now I am going to have to get myself in gear because these little envelopes are calling my name. Thanks! Lisa~

  21. #21 - Geralyn Gray says:

    They are adorable gift card holders……in this economy I don't want to spend money on the wrong thing–so this is the perfect way to present a gift card!

  22. #22 - Anonymous says:

    Thank you for sharing they are really cute:)kristianne25

  23. #23 - The Frat Pack + Me says:

    Love them! thanks for sharing!

  24. #24 - Dragonlady says:

    So wonderful of you to share this….love this idea and I will be using it…Alredy pringint some of them now….
    Thanks again for sharing your talent.

  25. #25 - Colleen - the AmAzINg Mrs. B says:

    Thank you! You are so very generous as well as sooooo talented! I love visiting ;-D

  26. #26 - Tattered Nest says:

    oh my, these are just darling! I think my office gifts this year will include these. Thank you!

  27. #27 - jdavissquared says:

    totally adorable! these would be great for just a little something. 😉

  28. #28 - My Life Under the Bus says:

    More Awesomeness !

  29. #29 - amycornwell says:

    Thank you so much – these are adorable!

  30. #30 - Michelle Palmer says:

    Each one more adorable! Thank you for sharing… LOVE your seed packet and pea art piece~ gorgeous!
    Wishing you all the best,

  31. #31 - Michelle says:

    What a treasure you are. The envelopes are darling and have so many uses. You are so nice to share such wonderful things.

  32. #32 - Melissa P says:

    These are so cute! They'd be perfect for taking yarn or fabric selvedges for matching. So much cuter than a ziploc bag. Thanks!

  33. #33 - Jeannine says:

    I can see using these for favors for my daughters wedding. What basic beginners program would you suggest I use to save, size and create these?

  34. #34 - Magpie Magic says:

    Fab idea. Love those. 🙂

  35. #35 - Anonymous says:

    Thanks for shareing 🙂


  36. #36 - Heather says:

    Cathe! These are so darn cute! I just will have to use them to package my jewelry to give to family and friends for gifts!

  37. #37 - PK says:

    Thank you SO much for sharing your abundant talent. These seed packets are beyond awesome!!!!
    ~*~ Pamela ~*~

  38. #38 - Angela says:

    Once again you have out done yourself!!

  39. #39 - marie says:

    Thank you so much for sharing these…so many possibilities!

  40. #40 - kotomi says:

    These are great!!! Thanks so much for sharing. Printing them out as I comment 🙂

  41. #41 - Jill says:

    Thank you! I think these are very neat.

  42. #42 - Whitney @ Whisker Graphics says:

    OH! Miss Cathe! These are superb! I just blogged about them. Thanks!

  43. #43 - The Hat Shop says:

    So cute and what a great idea! I especially love the vintage peas seed packet as a holder for the peas in a pod necklace. 🙂 Thanks so much for sharing these!

  44. #44 - Anonymous says:

    I'm using these to hold your penny necklaces I'm "manning" up a bit and making for my nephews for christmas. Thanks for the great ideas!

    Paula in Calgary, Oh Canada!

  45. #45 - Roberta says:

    Cathe…you are such a sweetheart and so giving! These are so precious…I'm going to share them with my niece who is a school teacher and alway looking for a fun way to give things to her students. She is a special ed. teacher in a HS in LA and most of her students are highly functioning and they appreciate all the little details 😉 Thanks a bunch!!!
    Fondly, Roberta

  46. #46 - Kim says:

    These are great and so lovely. Thanks for sharing!

  47. #47 - Texasgal says:

    Thanks Cathe for more fantastic downloads! I found a green leather coat the other day at the thrift store (made me look like Kermit!)and have already made my first pea pod. The seed packet will be the perfect finishing touch!

  48. #48 - Jenn @ Seeds on a Breeze says:

    Thanks for sharing these. My friend posted this link in a comment on my blog and I just had to see what was up. I'm a new follower!

  49. #49 - SueB says:

    Thank-you for sharing these, will make perfect little envelopes for gift cards for some birthdays that i have coming up.

  50. #50 - Felt on the Fly says:

    So cute! Thank you!

  51. #51 - Angie S says:

    So thoughtful of you to share! They're sweet!

  52. #52 - Kelly says:

    These are sooooo cute!! I love them, great work!

  53. #53 - Hazydaisy says:

    These are just wonderful- thank you so much!
    I'm planning to use them as packaging for my smaller photographs and aceo's but they will have so many other possibilities too.

  54. #54 - susan says:

    Add me to the list of grateful crafters who love your packets….Made a bunch already…even tiny ones….Toothfairy? Thanks for sharing….I am on your list of "Fans" for sure.


  55. #55 - Michelle*G says:

    These are amazingly lovely! Thank you so much for sharing them! You ROCK!

  56. #56 - Krista Eitsert says:

    Great ideas! I love the pea packaging for the pea pod necklace, great thinking and very unique.

  57. #57 - Violet says:

    You always post the cutest projects!

  58. #58 - Jennifer says:

    these totally ROCK!

  59. #59 - Runspud says:

    Once again,,,i got all excited when i saw this post. You make the things i wish i could…and then you share them with everyone! You are awesome.

  60. #60 - Tamar says:

    So fabulous thank you for sharing – I have used these for some thank yous I had to do and posted about it over here
    Thank you for being so generous in your creativity

  61. #61 - meg duerksen says:

    you are so talented!!!

  62. #62 - Sproet says:

    Those are beautiful! Thx very much!

  63. #63 - Christine says:

    You are so talented! Great stuff!

  64. #64 - Rosana Garcia Hess says:

    Thanks for sharing…I´ll post this on my blog to feature your blog so you can leave the credit.
    Hugs from Brazil

  65. #65 - Lagene says:

    Thanks for sharing! Love these little packets!

  66. #66 - lori says:

    you are the bomb! thanks for sharing your creativity!

  67. #67 - sylv says:

    Beautiful pockets!! Thank you so very much for sharing!

  68. #68 - sylv says:

    Oh, I especially love the journaling block on the pockets. Journaling blocks are always so helpful!

  69. #69 - Em says:

    oh you ANGEL!! thankyou so much, these make perfect party-invitation holders!! 😀
    XO, Em

  70. #70 - Virginia says:

    Thank you. I love your ideas and have been wondering what to make for gifts this holiday season. The rains have set in and I am ready to start making your ideas!!

  71. #71 - Doxie says:

    This will be a perfect gift for my friend 'L'. She is forever saving seeds from the garden and forgetting what they are! What a perfect and pretty solution!

    Oooh I can see I'm going to get into this paper crafting in a big way, what fun!

    Thankyou for sharing.


  72. #72 - Terri Morse says:

    Hi Cathe! Thank you so much for sharing your beautiful creations! I adore bright colors, and these are so cheerful.

  73. #73 - Maria Gridley says:

    Wow, thats so awesome! Those are so great what a good idea!! Thanks for sharing!

  74. #74 - Palimpa Lim says:

    Thank you so much for sharing these cute little bags! They are amazing!

  75. #75 - Annie Rose says:

    So cute! I just love your pea pod necklaces!

  76. #76 - StellaPearl Hair Clippies says:

    You are a gem among women for sharing this! Thanks so much!

  77. #77 - Arabella says:

    Thank you so much for making these & sharing.

  78. #78 - Janet says:

    These are wonderful. You are generous in sharing these with us. Thank you so much.

  79. #79 - Sheryl says:

    Thank you so much for sharing these. I want to print one out for a template to cut them out of Christmas wrapping paper and put a piece of candy and a nice card in them for the ladies in our church group. I was looking for a way to let them know how much I appreciated each one of them. Again, thank you.

  80. #80 - Janet Bott says:

    Thanks very much for sharing these. perfect for finishing off some presents today! ..

    Merry Christmas!!

  81. #81 - Janet Tonnelli says:

    Hi, Cathe,

    I appreciate these patterns as I have been starting a tiny heirloom seed business for children and was at the Willow Glen Farmer’s Market many times last summer in San Jose. I have been trying to sell the seed packets from the various companies that I buy from. I have been selling the seeds for the price on the packet which means I wasn’t making any profit. I had great fun, though, and aim to work toward buying bulk seeds and selling them in my own packet to make a little profit. I have made a nine page catalogue that shows the pictures of the veggies and a write up and the price. I am visiting my daughter now but when I get back to my computer I will send you my catalogue so you can see my style. I love graphics, also, but was a social worker not a designer (although, I was originally an art major). My goal is to design some labels to put on the packets unless there is a better way. I want to set up a website this year. Was it easy to do or did you pay someone to do it?

    Well – I hope this isn’t too much info – just wanted to share. I love your packets – and will print them out soon. I will be taking care of my Mom in Sebastopol every other weekend so will think of you when I drive by!!

    Happy Valentine’s Day! Janet Tonnelli

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  83. #82 - Julie Shearer says:

    These are amazing. Thank you so much for sharing. Julie

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  85. #83 - liz a. says:

    how lovely! and how delightful and kind of you to share! i watch several u-stream shows, etc………most people are quite crabby about sharing….so i super appreciate that you share! these are wonderful and i will definitely be using them for sharing seeds from my garden, i am not clever enough to think of anything else, but the graphics are fabulous, thank you!

  86. #84 - Dusty@TheRedPolkaDot says:

    Cathe what a beautiful set of seed packets you have here. Really beautiful job. I am just trying to come up with some amazing ideas for them. I featured these on THeRedPolkaDot. Have a great day!

  87. #85 - Shoregirl says:

    What a neat idea! Thanks so much for sharing it with us!

  88. #86 - Sena says:

    The envelopes are so cute! Thanks for sharing!

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  90. #87 - José says:

    Hi Cathe, thank you thank you thank you. I love these! 🙂

  91. #88 - Amber says:

    Thank you so much for sharing these awesome packets. I love each one of them. Love all your stuff!! 🙂

  92. #89 - Kyrsten H. says:

    These are amazing – I am going to have so much fun. Thanks so much!

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  94. #90 - CECILIA says:

    ADOREI !!!

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  96. #91 - Gayle says:

    Thank you so very much. I love these Ideas.

  97. #92 - Mart says:

    Merci beaucoup Cathe pour vos cadeaux! Magnifique

  98. #93 - Karen says:

    I just found your site today after seeing it referenced in a DoIt yourself BH&G book. So excited to find just what I have been looking for!!!! THANK YOU so much for all the free graphics. Looking forward to more inspiration from you!!!

  99. #94 - Konny says:

    Thank you so much! These are great!

  100. #95 - Anndraya says:

    Angel Luck to YOU! What a generous person you are.
    Thanks a million.

  101. #96 - Kim says:

    These are adorable! Thank you Cathe for sharing, you are just awesome!

  102. #97 - Susan says:

    Thank you for sharing these amazing graphic seed packets! I love your peas in a pod necklace too!

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  107. #98 - Charlee says:

    Thank you for the gorgeous packets. I have looked all over the internet for exactly that. Altho I found several, none were as nice as yours. Im now able to complete my project thanks to you.

  108. #99 - earringz-and-thingz says:

    These are the most unique wonderful little packets. I sell jewelry at a flea market and they can hold so many different items – earrings especially! Thanks so very much!!!!!!!!!

  109. #100 - Mindy Collier says:

    I snatch up every seed packet printable I find, (which hasn’t really been that many – about 4-5 over the past few months) but these are exactly what I’ve been looking for! I love them all, and can’t imagine I’ll ever find a need to download anymore in the future (unless of course you go seed packet crazy again, then I probably won’t be able to resist). Thank you so much for sharing your creativity – these will be put to use in so many ways. This is my favorite printable to date, and free to boot, however I’m sure they will become ‘priceless to me. Thanks again!

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  115. #101 - Julie Bramman says:

    These are wonderful! Any chance you have these in camouflage? Army? Navy? AF? Marines? 🙂 Thanks for considering.

  116. #102 - Richard says:

    Thanks! Great idea. 🙂

  117. #103 - Michele Zelenske says:

    Wow! These are SOO cute!! These will come in handy for many of my DIY gifts I make…Thanks for sharing 🙂

  118. #104 - Jule says:

    Thanks for sharing! I used two of these for seeds. A colleague of mine is moving away and has a big garden with the new house, but there is only grass….. and so I gave her seeds from my garden to start. She loved the idea very much.

  119. #105 - Ramona Jackson says:

    This would also be cute reproduced on a shrinky Dink sheet. Then you can hang the reduced seed package with the pea pod, on the pendant. How cute would that be?????

  120. #106 - Jeanna Norwood says:

    Love these. Ty!!

  121. #107 - goethe says:

    So many creative ideas…
    Thanks for the generous selection of freebies and many greetings from Germany.