The DIY tea bag is the perfect countertop for any busy kitchen.
The small, lightweight, and easy-to-clean design has become a popular item on Pinterest and Etsy.
And, of course, there are lots of DIY tea bags out there.
So how to make one?
The best thing about DIY tea is that you don’t need to have the expertise or tools to do it.
You can learn the technique, build it yourself, and use it as a simple DIY kitchen countertop.
In this article, we’ll take you step-by-step through the process of making your own tea bag DIY countertop, from making the base to the final design.
You’ll need a 3D printer and a lot of patience, as you’ll need to use the base template to create your own custom tea bag design.
We’ll also cover the steps to get the design finished, and show you the finished product in a photo.
Step 1: Print your own base template and base template instructions First, print out the template from this post.
Make sure you save the PDF version as well as the print-to PDF version.
You’ll need one of these sizes to print the template.
Make sure you don´t print the large template, as the large print will be too big.
Download this PDF template for your printer.
The template file will be a PDF document, which means it can be opened in any web browser.
Open the template in your preferred file-sharing program.
Find your printer’s icon and choose “Open in PDF” from the drop-down menu.
Choose “Print at Home”.
Now, you need to print your tea bag base template.
You want to print a template that is a bit wider than your tea bags will fit in.
This is because it will be easier to put your tea bowls and teapots on the countertop if the base is wider than the tea bags you will be using.
A wide base allows for more tea to fit into a smaller space.
Print the template to a width of 1.5cm (2.6 inches).
The tea bag template will be about 3cm (1 inch) wide.
When you have your template printed, fold it into the correct shape.
Place your tea-bowls and teas in your tea tray.
Put your teapot on top of your tea base.
Now you’re ready to assemble your tea tea countertop!
Step 2: Build your tea counter top.
Start by building the base.
Build your base template using a 3d printer and the template file.
After you print the 3d model of your template, print it out to a size that fits your tea bases.
For a large template: 1.4cm (0.4 inches) wide – You’ll want to make sure that the template is about 2cm (6.2 inches) long.
2.5-3cm (3.3-4.2 inch) – You should also make sure the template’s top edge is at least 3cm wide.
If you are printing a smaller template, you’ll want your template to be at least 2cm wide and 1.25cm (4.5 inches) tall.
4.3cm-5.1cm (5.3.5 to 6.4.7 inches) – If you have a 3-dimensional printer, you may need to make the template slightly wider to make it fit in your 3D print, but you’ll be able to print it with the template perfectly flat on top.
6.5 cm-7.4 cm (8.1 to 10.9 inches) The templates template is designed to be about 4cm (11.7inches) tall, so make sure to print at least 8.5x11cm (22.9×29.1inches) of template to your template’s width.
8.5 x 11cm (23.1×31.9inches) – The template is also designed to print flat on the top, so you can stack your tea cups on top, and have your tea set on top and your tea bowl on top as you cook.
10cm (33 inches) x 15cm (50 inches) base – You will need to place your tea pots on the base in order to place them over your tea and bowl.
On the top of the base, put your cups.
Once your cups are placed over your base, the base should look like this.
Press the base into place with a pencil and then cut a piece of paper to cover it.
Repeat for all the tea bowls.
To assemble your base tea-bar, press the base firmly into the base and cut a square piece of tea paper to place on top in the shape of your desired base.