diy tea bag envelope

August 16, 2010

even though coffee seems to be my default, there’s something really special about a hot cup of tea.  i’m not sure if it’s the endless flavor options or the way i feel relaxed as i sip out of a teacup, but tea to me means special times.  my mister just discovered tea (as well as baking) and though he seems to be obsessed with yerba mate, i’m excited to introduce to him all the different varieties.

diy tea bag envelope

when i saw this diy for tea bag envelopes, i knew i wanted to share it with you!  it comes from a print a day and though this downloadable paper comes in a pack, she offers lots of fun prints for free on her website. perfect for place settings, gifts, wedding favors or gift cards, you can  skip on over to a print a day for the full (easy) tutorial and instructions.

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  • A thumbs up for your mister and his aquired taste for Yerba Mate. I am from Argentina, and that is OUR official drink. I can´t stand tea or coffee, and a morning doesn’t start for me until I have my Mate!!!
    Let your mister also aquire the taste for TERERE. Which is the the mate, but instead of pouring hot water, you pour lemon, organge or apple juice with LOADS of ice. The best option for a hot summer day!

  • There are a lot of tea drinkers in my family, this will most definitely come in handy! I love the way a warm cup of tea feels in my hands during the cold winter months.
    Cheers!

  • oh, thank you for the advice, romy! will definitely be checking out terere, it sounds so yummy!!

  • hello there : cant access the tutorial, it s said i m not allowed or nor invited really to visit the website, could you help ?

  • hi sophie! aw, well sadly it looks like a print a day is no longer in production! everywhere i’ve found a link to her blog, it gives me the same result. either she’s blogging for an invite-only audience or she’s not blogging at all anymore. so sorry for the inconvenience! you might like this post though? http://www.goinghometoroost.com/2011/diy-craft-projects/how-to-make-your-own-tea/

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