Coffee, Teas and hydrangea’s
I have been having so much fun decorating my new coffee station . Today I will be sharing a few of my favorite Coffee and Tea recipes, along with a few ideas on how it has been decorated with some quick and easy tea dyed Hydrangea to bring out those beautiful soft fall colors for the Fall season. There is nothing better than enjoying one of your favorite beverages among a beautiful setting! Don’t you agree? Best part you can enjoy a delicious coffee or tea along with getting two uses by re-cycling the leftovers from your morning coffee or tea bags to create a beautiful setting. Today I am sharing how you can do both!
Easing into Fall and adding decor to your home can be easy and inexpensive by re-cycling tea bags and leftover coffee, just by dying the faux hydrangea flowers and adding few household decor piece from around your home.
How to Tea Dye Faux hydrangea’s with leftover tea bags and coffee
Tea Dying Hydrangea’s
- White Faux Hydrangea’s
- Leftover Coffee
- Thai Tea Bags
- Tea Bags
- small glass prep bowls (you can use whatever you have on hand)
- Boil water in 1 quart pot
- add tea bag(s) I used 5
- pour enough of the mixture into glass bowl approx. 3/4 full (be sure not to over fill)
- Place hydrangea heads down into bowl
- Let it soak into the mixture until you reach the color you desire, remove
- Dry on paper towel
Here are the variations of colors you can achieve the one on the left is the coffee mixture, the middle one is using Thai Tea bag and the one on the right is using natural tea bag. Here you can see the coffee mixture and the tea mixture pretty much gives you the same look and the Thai mixture gives you a pretty hue of coral giving you more of a Fall color to mix with the other creating a beautiful start to ease into your Fall decorations.
Coffee Dying Hydrangeas
Tip: The reason I like to use glass prep bowls for dying it doesn’t stain like plastic does .
To dye your hydrangea’s reuse your coffee and follow the same process as the tea dying above
- The coral Hydrangea’s were done with my leftover tea bags from the Thai tea bags
- the brownish color is from my leftover coffee and left over tea bags. If you are not a tea or coffee drinker you can use unused tea bags or instant coffee.
2 Tea and 1 Coffee Recipe for you to Enjoy!
Milk Tea Recipe
Milk Tea is one of the tea drinks that I have really grown to love… Have you heard or tried Milk Tea?
With only a few ingredients and so quick to make I usually end up having more than one of these.
I really feel like this method really brings out more of the richness of tea.
Here is what you will need:
Non Fat Thai Tea Recipe
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