Tea Bag Packets: Free Printables

We love tea at my house, my teen daughters especially enjoy drinking it. We buy our various tea blends on Etsy from the seller teaman.iusb_760x100.5569766 And although his packaging is perfectly fine for our purposes, plain tea bags tucked into plastic zip bags to stay fresh, sometimes it’s nice to share tea for various occasions and having gifty packaging is kind of nice.JSIM-Tea-Bags I designed four free free graphic tea bag packet templates for you to print, trim and fold. You can also use them for lots of other things rather than tea. You can find out all about it and access the free files on my blog post over at SC Johnson Family Economics. And as always, I sincerely appreciate any and all comments on those posts. Thank you!

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19 Responses to Tea Bag Packets: Free Printables

  1. #1 - Trish Mertell says:

    How do I print the tea bag packets? My mom is having a high tea for her Golden Ladies @ church. These would be great!

  2. #4 - Dorothy says:

    I love tea, too, thank you!

  3. #5 - Julia D. says:

    Absolutely adorable and can think of so many uses for them in gift giving!
    Thank you so much Cathe!

  4. #6 - Kokopelli says:

    Awesome! They’d make such nice gift wrappings, especially for sharing a new tea with friends or coworkers.

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  6. Looks really nice your post! 🙂 love the first pic, thanks for sharing!

  7. #8 - ♥Petit-on♥ says:

    Thank u! i love tea and they’re so cute 🙂

  8. #9 - Diana says:

    Thank U. These are lovely and so may uses.

  9. #10 - The license plate says:

    Wonderful tea bag packets.They are really helpful in keeping tea fresh.You are really very creative.

  10. #11 - Vickie Dotson says:

    I love your site and have gotten some many ideas for my own home here. I especially love the labels I can use for my cards and gifts to my family and friends! I’m a newbie blogger since late January and see as I go along things I need to change. Love doing it though. I’ve been on FB for so long and had my own business long before all this. So excited to see what my blog will look like a year from now! 🙂 Thank you again for a great site!

  11. #12 - Debbie Pietsch says:

    Hello! I know this is kinda off topic however , I’d figured I’d ask. Would you be interested in exchanging links or maybe guest writing a blog article or vice-versa? My website covers a lot of the same subjects as yours and I believe we could greatly benefit from each other. If you are interested feel free to shoot me an e-mail. I look forward to hearing from you! Fantastic blog by the way!

  12. #13 - Becky Lynn says:

    This is so nice. I used these to make a Tea For Two Happy 50th Anniversary gift. Your elegant idea inspired me.

  13. #14 - Carolynn Crowe says:

    You are so very clever Thank You for sharing !!

  14. #15 - Judy Lindstrom says:

    Thank you so much for your free printables! I feel like it’s Christmas!

  15. #16 - Brian says:

    Hi Cathe,
    as well as being a crafter I also collect stamps and these are great little storage wallets for select stamps that I can label and store, thanks very much for the free designs ………..Brian

  16. #17 - Deb says:

    Can’t find any post,blog or otherwise on the site that contains the tea bag packet pdf?

  17. #18 - tasha says:

    i hope you are well and keeping safe. i wanted to ask of your services to create so customized tea packets,
    do you still offer these services?