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Old 03-22-2006, 03:51 PM   #1
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Red face tea bag holders

Several template are posted below.

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Red face teabag holders?

on what gallery did you see these? I'd like to see them too.
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i found them by going to the ANYTHING but a card gallery and then their is a section called tea bag holders
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Great!! Thank You!!
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I was looking through the galleries and saw the cutiest little tea bag holders. I am in a bible study and weekly mail cards with different types of tea to my prayer partner. I would love to know how to make these. If anyone could help me i would appreciate it!!!
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Are you looking for a card that when opened it reveals a pocket that holds a tea bag? If so, I have a very pretty one that nadine529 posted.

I'm going to try to attach a file. Hope I can figure out how to do that!

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could would someone convert this doc file to pdf. TIA
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I wish I could convert doc file to pdf for you but I don't know how. Try these:

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http://www.splitcoaststampers.com/ga...p?photo=181163

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http://www.splitcoaststampers.com/ga...p?photo=181164

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http://www.splitcoaststampers.com/fo...1&d=1133314629

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Old 03-25-2006, 04:43 AM   #8
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Default Tea Bag Holder

Here it is in a pdf file.
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Here it is in a pdf file.
Thanks Ministamper!

How do you do that?

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Default Tea Bag Holder

There may be another way, but I used the software Adobe Acrobat to convert the word file to a pdf.
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Thanks, I guess I'll need to purchase Adobe Acrobat if I want to convert files to pdf.

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How ever you did it thanks for the pdf file. JUNE
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You don't have to have Acrobat to convert the files to pdf. Last night I had to convert my resume, and I used CutePDF. You'll have to search for it, as I haven't made enough posts to post the URL.

It worked like a charm!
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That is very cool stocking stuffer idea.

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Just wanted to say thanks! I'm using these for halloween treat holders for trick or treaters!
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Here are templates I made to make it easier. Two to an 8 1/2 by 11 cardstock.
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Very nice template.

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fyi, you don't need to purchase Adobe Acrobat to create a pdf. You can go to their website (www.adobeacrobat.com) and download it for free. This gives you just the reader, not the writer, so you won't be able to edit, but you can create a pdf file and print it. Hope this helps!
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These are so cute, thanks for the links/templates.
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BTW Ladies, Ghiradelli chocolate squares fit into these cards nicely as well!
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Here is a link to one that we learned about from upline.. It just uses a standard card envelope half sealed. Not sure if the quantity that you were making if this would be easier or not? Make a cute card too.

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http://www.splitcoaststampers.com/ga...0&ppuser=61951

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Here's a great template posted by cookiestamper:
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Does anyone have an envelope template to fit the teabag holder cards?

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Wow! Thanks for the great templates. I can't wait to make a few for stocking stuffers. These are great!
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I love this template---simple & elegant. I've made lots of these already. Thanks for sharing!
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If I wanted to sell tea bag holder at a craft fair, what would I charge. I made mine that opens like a book, with a ribbon to tie it
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If I wanted to sell tea bag holder at a craft fair, what would I charge. I made mine that opens like a book, with a ribbon to tie it
Prices will always depend on your market. With that said, I was surprised to sell 7 at $1.50 each at a small, slow fair. Each one was a bit different, and a few were non-holiday (friendship themed). You can see some of mine here in my gallery. Yours sound a little more complicated, so you probably need to charge more.
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Actually, mine are just like yours. I just didn't describe them well. Thanks for the help. Yours are very elegant looking.
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Here are templates I made to make it easier. Two to an 8 1/2 by 11 cardstock.
What size envelope are you using for these?
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When I sell them, I wasn't planning on using an envelope. Uh oh!
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I didn't put them in an envelope since some people were going to tuck them in a gift basket/mug and I just put them in with my Christmas cards. They fit nicely in a little sandwich baggie too!
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Here is another template, just a tad larger. For view a card this size, and a bit more info, go to : http://paperpleasing.typepad.com/my_...ay-holder.html
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This was just the push I needed to finally sit down and make one of these. Super fun project, thanks for the challenge!

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Here is another template, just a tad larger. For view a card this size, and a bit more info, go to : http://paperpleasing.typepad.com/my_...ay-holder.html
Thanks so much!!! Love your card--I'll have to get this set from Gina K. I downloaded your template and will try this tomorrow.
Thanks again for taking the time to figure this out.
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Thanks so much!!! Love your card--I'll have to get this set from Gina K. I downloaded your template and will try this tomorrow.
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I have just looked at all of your tea cards! They are adorable. I am now inspired for making some holiday cards!! Thanks!
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I am looking for a template (dont even know how to use this site...new) of a cut out Tea pot inside holds a tea bag. The handle is joined and the card opens, inside you can glue or insert a holder for a tea bag.
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