This swap card, with the amazing do-it-yourself tea bag, was created by fellow demonstrator, Dianne Teslek.
I am sad to report that the, A Nice Cuppa framelits, which were on the retired list, are all sold out! However, you can still get the stamp set, which in my humble opinion, is only half the fun (but at least it is still fun!)
I love taking a nice spot of tea in the afternoon…it’s a soothing and relaxing moment; especially in the midst of retired lists and visions of new catalogs and printing out multiple wish lists because one is just not enough!
But here I go chasing red balls again…leaving you hanging with the question, “How do I make my own tea bag?” So I’ll try to stay on point…
According to Dianne, she used a 1 1/2″ x 2 1/2 piece of Filter Paper to make her tea bag. She didn’t go into details about precisely how she folded it – but the picture looks pretty self-explanatory along with the dimensions she provided. Here I should mention that the Filter Paper is also on the retired list, while supplies last. So if you want to make your own tea bags (and who would not?) don’t delay in visiting my 24/7 online store and add them to your order of things that you need (or want) right away before they too are no longer available!
For your convenience, I have provided a list of most of the supplies that Dianne used in creating her card. Clicking on any of the images below will take you to my 24/7 online store where you can place your order! Thank you so much for stopping by.