These teabags are easy to make as well as easy on the budget! Grab some coffee filters, some oatmeal, and anything else you may want to add and lets get started!
I like to keep my bath tea bags simple. I usually only use a mix of soothing oatmeal and relaxing lavender. You could add in epsom salts, chamomile flowers, or anything else you may want to as well. there are no hard and fast rules here.
Jan's Tip: I buy my lavender from the bulk bins at my local good foods grocery. It lets me buy only the amount I need for my project, and is always fresh!
Lets get started:
Bathtub Tea Bags:
|Sorry, my stapler mysteriously is missing in this photo!|
coffee filters (1 for each tea bag)
Oatmeal (I like whole cut oats, but quick oats is fine too)
Tags for labels
Open up coffee filter
Place tea contents in center.
I use about 2 Tablepsoons Oats and 1 Tablespoon Lavender each
Fold coffee filter in half.
With the folded edge in the palm of one hand, cut a 1 to 1 1/2 inch strip off the opposite side.
Carefully place coffee filter on work surface and fold over the cut edge 2 times.
You can attach a string and tag if desired also. Just staple the string near the first staple
Staple a simple tag to opposite end of string.