I used Heidi Bak’s Tea Bag Dispenser Box Tutorial on Splitcoast Stampers to make this sweet Jolly Gingerbread gift. The only modification I made was the opening that dispenses the tea bags is only 1/2″ not 3/4″. You just pop of the lid and add the tea bags- you can even add in Ghiardelli Chocolate Squares if you like!
I used the gift card envelopes to decorate the sides of the box after stamping the sweet little swirls in Mint Macaron and Blushing Bride to match the puffy candies and the Subtles Designer Series Paper. I think a Blushing Bride puffy candy should be on the back, too!
We made one of these dispensers at a Tea Party Event years ago. My friend Sally began to make them in mass production- she could probably make them with her eyes closed. She commented how fun it was to use the DSP Paper Shares to decorate them. I had not made one in years, and forgot how easy they were to make! The Jolly Gingerbread Kit was perfect to use for this project. I was “tickled pink” with how cute it turned out:)
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How clever and cute to use the “Jolly Gingerbread” Paper Pumpkin items for your tea bag dispenser! This turned out adorable, Cindy! A nice gift idea.