Create glue (paste) by adding a very small amount of water to flour. Paste should be thick, not watery.
Tear off a length of toilet paper equal to match the length of the row in your garden.
Write name of seeds and seed company on one end of toilet paper.
Read seed packet for recommended spacing between seeds. Then mark toilet paper with marker indicating each spot you will attach a seed.
Spread desired number of seeds out on a plate.
Dab fine paint brush tip into glue, then dab to pick up a seed with it, and affix to toilet paper where you have marked seed locations.
When done, allow everything to dry thoroughly, then gently fold up, leaving seed name visible, and keep in cool, dry location until sowing time.
To sow seed tape, place in desired spot in garden and cover with soil amount listed on seed packet. Add a plant tag listing seed name and sowing date. Water as needed. Toilet paper will gradually dissolve and disintegrate.