Toilet paper (not the super thick one... cheap ones work best)
a few bamboo skewers (or tooth picks)
#2. Lay the toilet paper down on a flat surface with no wind (inside is best, although be prepared as it can get sticky). Run a small bead of honey (as small as possible. They don't need much.) down one side of the toilet paper.
#3. Dampen the end of your skewer just slightly, and stick it into your seed packet. A few seeds should stick on the very tip of the skewer. Place these seeds in the honey, spacing them as directed on the seed package (in my case, the carrot seeds were spaced 1 1/2 inches apart). Only apply one or two seeds per spot. The goal is not to thin them later. Planting more seeds in blank spaces in the heat of summer is easier than thinning.
#4. Once you have all your seeds in place, fold the toilet paper over and press them down on top of the honey line.
#5. Place your seed tape in the soil at the depth indicated by the seed packaging, and cover with soil.
#6. Label your new row with the craft sticks and the sharpie pen.
#7. Water in very well. You want to soak the entire area down to the seed tape a couple times.
In a few weeks time, you should have tiny carrot seedlings, coming up in perfect spacing and perfect rows!