We included a version of these diy tea bags in our new book, available now on Kindle (and free to Kindle unlimited users). The book is filled with great Christmas gift ideas that are simple, unique, and inexpensive. Go here to check it out.
I wanted to know how to make a tea bag. And if I wanted to know, it seems logical that some of you might as well. I buy my favorite tea in loose-leaf and then use a strainer, which works perfectly fine. It does. But, the other day I couldn’t find my strainer and that just made me mad. I wanted to have delicious tea! But since I am not the type to get mad and let that beat me, I tried my hand at a quick coffee filter tea bag (nothing like this, a bit more messy.), and was pleased it worked pretty well. I thought…what a cute and personal gift these diy tea bags could make!
For the record…tea is lovely. Tea is grand. Tea is soothing, and healthy, and happy. I drink lots, especially my Ginger Tea!
Making my own diy tea bags is something I’ve been doing for a bit, it works so well and allows me to use only what I need.
- You’ll need coffee filters, stapler, string and of course tea ( not pictured).
- Cut the coffee filter into a rectangle.
- Put your tea into the center (base your amount off of what you want in your tea bag…I read the recommended amount on my tea; brilliant I know!).
- Fold the sides over into the middle.
- Set your finger in the center and then fold the two sides up onto each other.
- Fold the top down and staple. Put a piece of string on before (or after) stapling.
The end. It really is that easy. I KNOW! Can you imagine the cute tea gifts that you could do with this?? Knowing how to diy tea bags now seems like a valuable life skill. A valuable skill to save money and make you feel like a superhero…score!
If you like these diy tea bags, you might also like:
Maybe you aren’t feeling like making your own diy tea bags? We use these products in our home, and love them! Don’t feel bad if you just don’t have the time and energy to diy them!
T-Sac Disposable Tea Bags Use these if you want disposable tea bags for loose tea and don’t want to make our diy version. They work great!
MISTER TEA Infuser Of course, a tea infuser is super easy to use. You do have to wash it. But, this fun little guy is probably worth it!
And our favorite tea… Harney & Sons Hot Cinnamon Spice ! Love this stuff!