I used Cosmo Cricket Dutch Girl Designer Paper and PapertreyInk Spring Moss stitched ribbon. I cut the ovals with my nestabilities on the cuttlebug. The 't' is part of a page of die cut letters that came in the Cosmo Cricket paper package. I attached it with dimensionals.
The holes for the ribbon are punched with a horizontal slot punch. I knotted my ribbon ends but you can also just tape them together as per the tutorial.
I added a cute metal tea bag charm from Custers Last Stamp. Here is a close up picture of that - I tied it through two punched holes with a piece of string that reminded me of the string on a teabag. The sentiment is by Inky Antics.
I will put my Earl Grey teabags in this little bag and give it as a gift to someone. I can see lots of uses for a sweet bag like this! A perfect little thank you for a teacher or neighbor, or a hostess gift when you're invited over to dinner or a cookout!
Thanks so much for spending some time of your busy day here! I hope you try making one of these bags!
Today's quote from Poor Richard's Almanack by Ben Franklin: "An empty bag cannot stand upright." (seemed appropriate for this post!!)
Stamps: Inky Antics
Paper: Cosmo Cricket DP pack - Dutch Girl
Ink: Onyx Black Versafine, Real Red
Accessories: sponge, oval nestabilities, cuttlebug, dimensionals, double stitched ribbon - Spring Moss: PapertreyInk, Teabag charm: Custers Last Stamp, String, Dimensionals, sticky tape, horizontal slot punch