The tea ceremony is not just in Japan. In each house there are
gatherings with a fragrant drink and goodies. For convenience, tea
bags were invented, which are sold in thin cardboard boxes. To
store the packaged tea, you can make a house.
Made of plywood, a house painted in polar colors will help to
preserve and sort the tea.
The walls of these colorful houses are decorated with decoupage
patterns. The roof and base are matched to the walls.
Tea house out of the box of juice – easy. You will need a straw
napkin, glue and decorative elements.
Two plywood houses are connected by a balcony with a staircase.
The design is decorated with greenery and flowers.
Rather, it’s a small dresser, but it also has tea bags, and
sweets on the ground floor.
Gingerbread mansion, with carved trim, windows and a colored
roof, will decorate the kitchen.
Two-story house is covered with bright wrapping paper.
A ridiculously squishy building shelters tea bags.
A house in the form of a piece of cheese.
Details of the house are thought out on a computer and cut using
a laser printer.