Steep Your Tea in Simple DIY Holiday Tea Holders

A cup of tea is a staple during the colder months. There’s nothing like pouring some hot water, dropping in that tea bag and stirring in a little honey to create a delicious drink that soothes your soul. Do you have an avid tea-drinker in your life? Warm up their gift-giving season by treating them to these DIY holiday tea holders!

Tina’s Inspiration

My inspiration was to create a simple, festive holiday gift for co-workers, teachers and friends. πŸŽ„

For this this project, you will need:

Step 1: Cut a 6″ x 6″ square out of patterned paper using the 12-inch Trimmer.

Project by Tina Kistinger – CM Independent Advisor

Step 2: Fold it in half to make a triangle. Crisp the fold using the Multi-Purpose Tool.

Project by Tina Kistinger – CM Independent Advisor

Step 3: Fold one flap down about 1/2″ from the bottom fold and crisp the edge.

Project by Tina Kistinger – CM Independent Advisor

Step 4: Flip up the fold and bend the left point of the triangle so it lines up within an 1/8″ under the flap fold. (Tip: Don’t line it up completely with the flap fold, as it becomes too bulky.) Bend over the right point of the triangle and line it up with the left point fold. Crisp all of the edges using the Multi-Purpose Tool.

Project by Tina Kistinger – CM Independent Advisor

Step 5: Apply adhesive underneath both points to secure them. Add a small amount of adhesive to the flap to secure it.

Step 6: Use the 2-Way Corner Rounder on the top point.

Step 7: Add a sticker or embellishment to the flap.

Project by Tina Kistinger – CM Independent Advisor

Step 8: Add a tea bag, honey packet and mini appetizer spoon to complete the gift.

Warm up the cups and the hearts of your loved ones with these fun DIY holiday tea holders! Who do you know who would love this project? Let us know in the comments below and share this blog post with them!

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