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Tea Bag holer with Dawn Visit my blog for more Hand Stamped Goodies www.DawnsStampinThoughts.typepad.com
Hi stampers! Today I am going to show you how I made this project it actually opens up and it holds two tea bags inside. You can buy the tea bags at any local grocery store but it is really cute. For this one I use the tart & tangy stamp set for the oranges and then the greeting is from the One smart cookie stamp set so let us get started. I am using the Bali breeze designer paper and this is going to be my cover and then I cut the cover at 6 ¾” long x 3 ½” wide and then I scored at 3 1/8” and 3 5/8” and the this makes the cover, see.
And then for the insert, you are going to cut that by 5 ½” x 6 ½” and then on the 5 ½” side you are going to score at a ½” and then at 3” and then you going to turn it and you are going to score on the 6 ½” side at 3” and then 3 ½” and this going to make the insert to hold your tea bags. So go ahead and fold all your score lines and then on the ½” side you are going to go ahead and apply some adhesive and then you are going to put that together, fold that in half on your score line and then this is going to make your little insert for your tea bags to slide into. So then you are going to put this inside of our cover right between the score lines kind of center in it and then I am using the 1/8 hand-held punch and then I am just going to punch the circle out here on each end and then I am using the Mustard Grow Grain. I am just going to feed this to those two holes to hold it together.
Okay make it straight. Okay and then I am just going to tie a little bow on the outside part.
Okay, and let us trim those tails and you can decorate the outside however you want but there you go. And then you also adhere this together on the inside if you want, just put some adhesive on the inside and then they will stay together but here is tea bag and that just slides right in there. Okay, it is really cute huh! All right, here is the finish one. Okay and you open it and it got the tea bag.
All right, thanks for stopping, we will see you tomorrow. Bye.