Tea for two printable // Valentines Day

I wish coffee was my thing. I feel like those that drink it are always on a mission, and have got it all together. But coffee just isn't my thing. Hot chocolate & teas & really anything that sounds lazy, those things got my name written all over it. I decided changing up the tea labels would be a sweet gesture for valentines day. Something special but still completely easy & stress free. Downloads for the templates are in the supplies section. Enjoy!

Tea Tags:
-Hot stuff
-You warm my heart
-Your sweet
-You blow me away


#1. Scissors 
#2. Glue stick 
#3. Heart tea tags on card stock paper
#4. Tea bag envelopes on card stock paper
#5. Tea bags
#6. 15 minutes of your time
#7. Oh & this 

Step one: Once you cut out the heart tags, apply glue, and place string in the center.

Step two: Now its time to seal them up in an envelope! When you do so, glue the sides first then the top flap. I placed a book on top to keep the envelope from opening up. After two minutes or so the packet should be secure.

Step three: 
Gather up your tea packets & tie em up with some string. 

Or pour some hot water and share with your valentine.

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Friday Fingers // Gold leaf nails

I absolutely love gold leaf. It turns anything and everything fancy & shiny! But lately I've been curious to use it on my nails. Turns out it is one of the easiest manicure's I have encountered. Add this to your lazy lady's guide of fast & fancy manicures because those gold sheets will last you forever. The best part is all the color combinations you could do. For New Year's sake I did Black & Gold but I will def. try some rose gold!


#1. Gold leaf. 
You could purchase this from any craft store or online.
#2. Black nail polish
#3. Top coat
#4. 30 mins of your time

Step one: Paint your nails black, or any color that will let the gold pop!

Step two: Now is the time to add the gold leaf. Make sure your nails are dry, but in that stage where its still kind of sticky. I recommend lightly touching your pinky nail for this. Then dab the sheet over your nail. Do this until you get the desired pattern.

Step three: Add top coat & your done!


A few lovely thanksgiving links

#1. Perfect for leftover pieces of pie!
#2. Fun handmade turkey.
#3. Lovely printable thank you cards.

I hope you all have the loveliest of thanksgivings!

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