But first, Tea | free tea printable

But first, tea. Free printable on nelliebellie.comA quick freebie today for all our tea lovers. Usually, we  are all about the coffee but today we are remembering that there is a place for tea in the world. A great place for tea! So cheers to our lovely tea lovers. We are drinking our Fresh Ginger Tea Recipe in honor of you! Or perhaps Rooibos? Eh, something tasty for sure!

To print the free printable: Right click the tea image and print. Or, save the tea image to your computer and print.

Frame the cute printable and set it on your kitchen counter for an inexpensive piece of art! Or simply tape it to the wall with washi tape (Janel's favorite way of making temporary wall art). Heck... stick it to the fridge with a magnet!


 Other tasty tea recipes and projects from our cozy drinks archives:

DIY tea bags are easy to make from muslin, scissors, and twine. All easy to find materials in your store's kitchen department.DIY tea bags are easy to make from muslin, scissors, and twine.
All easy to find materials in your store's kitchen department.
One of Janel's favorite kitchen hacks.

Make a teacup bell ornament with this easy tutorial.Make a teacup bell ornament with this easy tutorial.
This little project is simply adorable for gifting
to the tea lover.

Make your own diy tea bags from coffee filters. Perfect for when you want to use loose-leaf. Or for gifting.Make your own diy tea bags from coffee filters.
Perfect for when you want to use loose-leaf. Or for gifting.

Chocolate Chai Mix. Perfect for fall!Chocolate Chai Mix. Perfect for fall!
One batch of mix makes many, many cups
of tasty chocolate chai.

1 thought on “But first, Tea | free tea printable”

  1. Marisa Franca @ All Our Way

    I am a die hard coffee drinker but right now I'm sipping Pu Ehr -- a black tea that is supposed to be good for your metabolism. Dr. Oz in is infinite wisdom (?) first introduced me to the tea. I purchase it from a tea shop in Saint Simons Island. I love the tea. It is black as coffee but it doesn't bother the tummy with too much acid. You can get several cups of tea out of the leaves. I'm sorry - I'm digressing!! That is pretty common for me. I love your idea of making my own blends. That is perfect because this tea shop sells the loose tea :-) I'm pinning so I can remember. I think I want to do something with ginger and numeric. Thank you for the great inspiration. Have a great Sunday!!

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