‘Seed Money’ Coins Look Identical to Cash

By: Ariel Weber - Published: Dec 4, 2012 • References: leafcutterdesigns & notcot
Seed money by Leafcutter Designs looks identical to money, but is in fact used to create new life.

The cleverly disguised seeds come in all forms—pennies, nickels, dimes and quarters. Inside the custom-pressed paper exterior hide tiny seeds. All you need to do is pop one of these seeds into the soil, water frequently and voila! Soon enough you will have a beautiful vegetable or flower garden of your own.

The paper is letter pressed and cut out as coins, which is what gives the seeds the life like appearance. You can dupe your friends and family and provide them with a pleasant surprise once you reveal what they truly are. Seed money is also available in rolls to truly create the feeling the seeds are coins. Stats for Money-Disguising Seeds Trending: Older & Warm
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