I lifted this from another forum. Never thought of it but it seems like a great idea. There was no link to the video so I just copied the text. I saw a video on Youtube, sometime ago on making seed tape. This gal took toilet paper, cut in in thirds, laid it out in 10 foot rows in her house, took a teeny dab of Elmer's glue on a tiny paint brush and dabbed the seeds and put them so many inches apart like you would in the garden, let them dry, then roll them up. when you are ready to plant, just lay them on the row and put 1/4 inch of soil over the top. The seed germinates, the toilet paper composts under the soil and you don't have to go back and thin the seedlings. One youtube person uses accounting tape paper with is a lot thicker, she makes them in the winter when she's bored, rolls them up and store them in a shoe box.