Have an iftar party to go to? Not sure what to take for your hostess?
Make a little tea and cookies package.
A box of goodies makes a nice hostess gift year round but since it’s Ramadan, you want to make it extra special. I think customizing tea bags is a really easy and inexpensive way to spread holiday cheer!
After designing my labels, I printed them out on a single sheet of paper and used this punch from Deserres to create my tea bag tags. I ripped off the Lipton labels that already accompanied each one of my tea bags and stapled on my homemade ones instead.
For many people a cup of tea (often accompanied with a cookie) is a must after they’ve had their iftar meal at sunset. By pairing up a favourite tea with yummy cookies, you have yourself a practical and thoughtful gift to give your host! I’ve paired my tea with one of my favourite cookies, maamoul (traditional Arabic cookies filled with dates.)
A simple pleasure for family and friends to delight in.
To download my tea bag label template, click here. You can cut these out into rectangular labels with scissors if you like, or do what I’ve done and use a specialty punch for a cleaner look.
P.S I purchased my box (perfect for baked goods!) from the Creative Bag.
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