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Tea Bag Gift Holder


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Give gourmet tea bags as a gift to your favorite tea enthusiast, and package them in this adorable tea bag gift holder from Maria Nerius. These gift basket ideas to make yourself are thrifty and fun!

See this project and more in 12 Valentine's Day Ideas for Boyfriend!

Tea Bag Gift Holder


  • Decorative or solid paper
  • DCWV Glitter pink and green papers or coordinating paper
  • Sizzix Bigz Pro Die Bag w/Handles
  • Mary Engelbreit Tea 3-D sticker set
  • Big Shot Express
  • 1/8” Pink and green ribbon
  • Small hole punch
  • Glue
  • Fiskars personal trimmer
  • Scissors
  • Tea bags
  • Powder


  1. Trim pink glitter paper to 2 7/8” x 3”. Center to the body of the bag and adhere. Place teapot to top left of bag front, note part of it is off the paper. Brush a little baby powder or transparent facial powder to the open sticky side at back so the sticker loses its stickiness.
  2. Place teacup to bottom right. This example used the tiny flowers on the sticker sheet to decorate the corners left (bottom left, top right). Place tea bags into bag.
  3. Cut a 2 1/4” x 3 1/2” tag out of pink glitter paper and a strip of green glitter paper 1 1/2" x 3 1/2". Lay green paper at center of pink paper and put your tag hole. Adhere the two pieces of paper together lining up the tag hole. Thread pink and green ribbon through tag hole, knot off, and trim. Now you have a gift tag for the keepsake.

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