I love a cup of tea, preferably with some very sweet biscuits. So what’s better than tea and biscuits with quotes to inspire you when you need a little pick me up!
They turned out so well and were so quick to make that I got carried away and made a few too many. I spent too long collecting quotes and another too long choosing my favourites but I did finally settle on 8, all of which I hope inspires you too!
I’m also very, very excited to announce that next week will be the start of my 8 WEEKS OF CHRISTMAS DIY’S. I like to drag out Christmas for as long as possible so I’m very excited that this is the first year that I won’t just be making christmassy things for my family and friends but also sharing it with you. It’s never too early to start planning for Christmas, especially if you’re a DIY-er! I hope to see you back here next week!
Now, let’s get started!
Your Favourite Tea
Glue Stick, Scissors & Stapler
Thread (If you would like a different thread for the tea bags)
Your Favourite Biscuits or Cookies (Make it extra special by baking your own!)
For The Biscuits:
1. Print & cut out all the biscuit packages and tea tags (I cut off the outline on the quote tea tags to get a clean white tag but you can leave the outline if you prefer).
2. Apply glue to the centre square of your biscuit packaging.
3. Glue biscuit package to your baking paper.
4. Cut around the baking paper to fit the biscuit package.
5. Fold all the flaps towards the centre.
6. Place your biscuit inside.
7. Apply double-sided tape to the back of your ‘with love’ or heart sticker.
8. Fold all the flaps towards the centre and secure in place with your heart or ‘with love’ sticker
9. Repeat all steps for your other biscuit packages. Make as many as you like!
For The Tea:
10. Fold your tea tag in half.
11. Glue the patterned tag to the front of your folded tea tag.
12. [Skip this step if you aren’t making your own string]
Attach your length of thread to your tea bag. If you have a normal tea bag you can staple the thread to it, if you have a fabric tea bag you can either staple it to the bag or thread it through the bag with a needle and tie a knot (which is what I did).
13. Staple the other end of the thread to your tea tag.
14. Make a lot more.
15. Done! I hope you enjoy making these as much as I did!