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white china hutch

May waved good-bye in the blink of an eye and June has waltzed her way in! Which means it’s time to bring out the summer decor. Sometimes that means a big change, sometimes a subtle one. Putting seed packets in the kitchen is definitely a subtle one!

This is what my spring white kitchen hutch looked like.

Honestly, I still loved everything on it, I just felt like it needed a little color added.

Seed Packets

I found these seed packets on Etsy and knew that they would be a perfect addition to the hutch.

My plan was to hang the seed packets from some twine and make a banner.

Seed Packet

Right off the bat that plan changed as the unsealed flap was on the bottom.

seed packet

Then, I thought that I would cut a slit on both sides of the packet and run the twine through the packet.

However, as you can see, all I did was tear the seed packet! Not good. Ugh.

picture, paper clips, bookmark

Then, I remembered these cute black and white paper clips that I use to hang pictures in my office.

Genius, right?

seed packets, hutch, dishes

Except when I tried to hang the seed packets with the clips, they hung funny.

The clips were too heavy!

seed packets in the kitchen

So, I grabbed a few small clothes pins that I had in my office to try and hang them.

Ding! Ding! Winner, winner chicken dinner!

The paper clips were the perfect solution.

My only reservation with them is that I didn’t have 4 that were all the same size.

However, I’m not sweating it. I’ll keep my eye out for a pack of small clothes pins on my shopping adventures.

I love that the seed packets in the kitchen add just the perfect amount of color AND they really are the perfect representation of summer!

Until next time….

Seed Packets in the kitchen

Tammy from Patina and Paint
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