Tea Hamper

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  1. missbabypo

    missbabypo Mummy to Riley and Bump!

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    I picked up 2 of each of these from Riley's school fair today and was thinking of doing tea hampers for both of my Nan's from the boys. What else would you put in? Does anyone have any loose leaf suggestions or know where I could get samples?x
     

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  2. leoniebabey

    leoniebabey mam of 2 boys

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    Embo78 Mum of five

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    Teeny jars of honey :)
     
  4. missbabypo

    missbabypo Mummy to Riley and Bump!

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    Fab ideas ladies x
     
  5. jenny_wren

    jenny_wren Queen Spammatha

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    yorkshire tea send little boxes as samples
    definatley worth sending them an email
    i got two boxes from them with moc insides

    https://www.yorkshiretea.co.uk/contact.php

    if you write to other tea brands and ask i'm sure
    one or two will send a few (hopefully) or atleast
    a voucher to keep cost down, worth a shot lol

    holland and barratt do nice boxes of teas
    for about £1 odd, quite often do penny sales
    and there's a few which are indivually wrapped
    so you could split them between hampers
    i can list them if needs be, i have a slight
    addiction to random tea lol

    you can get tea strainers if you're doing loose tea
    on ebay for like 99p, there's some pretty cool ones
    on there, no idea on flavours for those though

    maybe you could include biscuits or shortbread
    to go with, you can get little individually wrapped
    ones of those too or maybe homemade if you're
    a kitchen goddess?

    :haha:
     
  6. missbabypo

    missbabypo Mummy to Riley and Bump!

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    You truly are queen of all things grotto lol. I shall have a look at emailing people, never know what to say though haha.

    Obviously there will be some for of mug/cup and saucer eventually as well x
     
  7. meldmac

    meldmac Mom to an angel and Colin

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    What about a tea cup and cozy?
     
  8. Mummy May

    Mummy May Mummy of 2

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    HBs have some cheap boxes of twining s :) xx
     
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    Kate&Lucas & OH & Mush

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    Leliana Mum to Pud

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    Whittards are a good place to look for ideas, they do lots of tea hampers :)
     
  11. Jaysmummy

    Jaysmummy Mum of 3 and WTT

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    Lovely idea!!

    How about small pots if jam? I'd also be tempted to "borrow" some little sugar sachets and milk pots from cafés too :haha:
     
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    jenny_wren Queen Spammatha

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    :muaha:
     
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    Kess Well-Known Member

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    Nothingbuttea.co.uk is a great website, and they do samples of most of their teas and tisanes. All loose leaf, but you could add a diffuser to the hamper too.

    Home Bargains I think it is has multipacks of shortbread biscuits too.
     

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