I had initially planned to make this a 7 day event, as I promised last T Tuesday, but real life got in the way.
I started by showing my supplies above. My white cup and saucer, a sheet of watercolor paper, and a container filled with various teas I will consider using.
When I uploaded this to my blog, I noticed the corn flakes box on the steps heading to my office. I was given this and another box so I can turn them into an art project for Christmas. I was planning to take them to the basement, but again, life got in the way. Maybe next week, or the day before Christmas. Who knows at this point.
It was at this point, I decided to find a place for my used tea bag holders, because I plan to use them and my tape transfers in my Tea Tributes.
For Day 3, I opened a box of Jasmine tea I got at the Asian Market. Even though this was a light tea, it was full bodied, and I enjoyed the taste a lot.
On Day 4, I chose Twinings Earl Grey. Now I normally like Earl Grey tea, but this tea was so foul tasting to me, I couldn't finish it all. Sad, but true.
This is the other brand of hibiscus tea Annette sent me. Again, I simply LOVE these two teas. And the colors they exude are wonderful, too.
And for those of you who are thinking my camera took a turn for the worse, it's only because the web site I used, Big Huge Labs, creates the collaged photos in low res, unless you pay for a membership.
I had planned to have seven days of tea drinking, but just couldn't find the time to do that today. Today, I spent an inordinate amount of time showing these photos in a way that wouldn't bore you to tears.
Bleubeard admits he is never bored when it comes to T Stands For Tuesday posts. He loves it when you think outside the box, create something totally unique, or something tried and true. He thinks it's all fair game, as long as it involves, in some way, a drink. Any drink, any day, any theme. But you must link below so he and I can come visit. Thanks for playing along, and I'll show what I plan to do with these tea bags, tea bag holders, and tea stained watercolor paper soon.