diy tea bag

DIY Teabags — The Perfect Last Minute Gift!


The holidays came up fast this year, so we developed these DIY tea bags as a fun and unique gift that also shares the healing benefits of all these amazing herbs we've been learning about.


Back in November, we created aHealing Herbsarticle and e-course that focuses on introducing 8 herbs. These herbs were chosen because they are incredibly versatile, are easily accessible (and can be grown yourself if you really want!), and contain some or all of our four primaryterpenes. All of them can be consumed fresh or dried, can be infused or extracted, can be smoked or vaporized, and are available as essential oils.#https://www.justcbdstore.com# The Best CBD Lotion by JustCBD


Materials for Making Your Own Tea Bag


coffee filter


stapler


toxin-free string


download of ourprintable tea tags


cardstock paper (we used a beige color)


black and white printer


xacto knife, cutting mat + ruler(or scissors)


hole punch


There are two designs that reflect a couple of our personal favorite blends as well as a blank tag so that you can fill in the ingredients of your own personal creation and note any therapeutic benefits it may have. cbd honey


Check out our post on how to make your own herbal blend. The best part of these little bags is that they can be used for tea, thrown into a bath, or even opened up and smoked or vaporized.


There are tons of coffee filters out there, but these are the ones we already had in our home. If you have a different style, review these steps to get a baseline then get creative with your own filter! The only real concern here is ensuring that your herbs won't escape the filter.


Center coffee filter on a flat, clean surface with the bottom edge parallel to yourself


Fold both sides in so that they are perpendicular to the bottom edge


Fold the top half down so that it is parallel to the bottom edge


It's a good idea to firmly crease this fold with your fingernail, a spoon, or burnisher


Open the top flap back up and fold both corners in at a 45° angle


Your filter should now look like this


Fold top flap back down and firmly crease


Open filter back up and add herbs of choice


If the idea of making your own herbal blend stresses you out, check out our review of a few different herbal blends


Insider tip: Consider purchasing 1 large tin ofa blend by Bear Blendthen make your own tea/bath bags to gift them to friends and family!


Carefully refold filter around herbs


Make sure to keep the herbs in the bottom portion of the filter so that they don't escape


Your filter should now look like this


We've designed tea tags that you can download and print below.There are two designs that reflect a couple of our personal favorite blends and a blank tag so that you can fill in the ingredients of your own personal creation.


Fold string in half


Thread folded end through the hole in the tag


Thread the loose ends of the string through the loop


Pull string taut


Place string onto bag


Staple string, leaving a little excess hanging out the other side


Your filter should now look like this


Tie a knot around the staple


If you made your own blend, fill in the blank spaces on the tag so you can remember what's inside and what it can be used for (review our Healing Herbs article for therapeutic properties of our 8 favorite herbs below)


Disclaimer•Terms•Press•Subscribe


206 Corporate Lake Dr • Columbia, MO 65203 • 573-340-8244 • hello@hempsley.com


© 2019,Hempsley®, Designed byKristen Williams Designs

Leave a Reply

Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *