Thursday, 9 November 2017

Craft Fayre Ideas #5 - Tea Bag Wallets

These are always best sellers and make fabulous little gifts at any time of year, but especially at this time when people become overwhelmed by the to do list. A tea gift really does help to slow someone down so they can savour a really nice tipple of the good stuff and chill out. Of course it's up to you which teas you use and that will determine the price you will charge for your finished product so do think about that.

Today on our You Tube channel we show you how to make this cute little tea bag wallet which can hold as few or many tea bags as you like... within reason. So here's the link, go and check out how easy it is.

As with other projects in this series, this is a great scrap stash buster and you can use up some of those odds and ends as they can all be completely different. You can use different papers for the tea bag holder sections and really mix it up. Nobody wants to see factory like mass production of identical items on a craft stall so go ahead and bust the stash, dig out the retired stuff and have a blast making these super simple little projects.

All you need is a cardstock strip measuring 10.5 x 3.5 inches for the outside and pieces of DSP or cardstock measuring 3 x 3.5 inches for the inserts. You can cover with DSP add a label and tiny piece of ribbon and you're done... Tombow and dimensionals come in handy too as is usually the case.

Thanks for dropping in your visit is hugely appreciated. Feel free to share this project with anyone who make like to try making it for themselves.

Nearly at the weekend!

Andrea x

Link to project 1
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Link to project 3
Link to project 4
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Link to project 7
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