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The Assam is the most sold tea maker in the Bodum tea maker collection. This could be due to the fact that this practical and easy to use tea maker infuses the most delicious aromas of your preferred tea.The handle is fixed to the heat resistant glass with high-tech glue to provide a secure and easy grip when pouring your hot aromatic tea. The unique Bodum plastic tea press strainer can be cleaned in the dishwasher together with the teapot making it the ultimate everyday tea maker.The tea press works just like a coffee press. When plunged the loose tea; black, green or herbal, is trapped in the filter stopping the brewing process, meaning that your tea remains at your desired strength. It is also suitable for use with tea bags.It holds up to 1.0l/34fl.oz of tea.
This lightweight plastic dripper guarantees great coffee on the go, brewing extraordinary coffee right into your cup. Designed for manual, pour-over brewing, it allows you to choose your ideal brewing time and temperature.
Here is one of the plastic soda bottle crafts. Today you'll learn how to make a teapot from the regular plastic bottles. You can do it.
Color: French Lavender BonJour ProsperityTeapot Brewing tea leaves for delicious steeped beverages is easy with the stylish and sturdy BonJour Teapots Prosperity 42-Ounce Glass Teapot. This 42-ounce glass teapot from BonJour features a patented, BPA-free shut-off infuser to allow control over flavor. Whether the tea preference is aai blueberry white, English breakfast or chai rooibos, simply place your favorite loose leaf tea in the infuser and fill the carafe with hot water. Holes in the infuser basket allow the tea leaves to come into contact with the heated water. And after steeping the tea to the desired strength, the filter can be plunged to seal the leaves inside a solid chamber, stopping the brewing process. The teapot is constructed with a carafe crafted from borosilicate shatter-resistant glass encased by a sturdy, colorful plastic frame. Featuring a stay-cool handle and built-in coaster, this convenient glass teapot creates five full cups of flavorful tea to share with family over breakfast, or with afternoon or after dinner guests. And the teapot is dishwasher safe for convenience. An i
Color: Rosehip Red BonJour ProsperityTeapot Brewing tea leaves for delicious steeped beverages is easy with the stylish and sturdy BonJour Teapots Prosperity 42-Ounce Glass Teapot. This 42-ounce glass teapot from BonJour features a patented, BPA-free shut-off infuser to allow control over flavor. Whether the tea preference is aai blueberry white, English breakfast or chai rooibos, simply place your favorite loose leaf tea in the infuser and fill the carafe with hot water. Holes in the infuser basket allow the tea leaves to come into contact with the heated water. And after steeping the tea to the desired strength, the filter can be plunged to seal the leaves inside a solid chamber, stopping the brewing process. The teapot is constructed with a carafe crafted from borosilicate shatter-resistant glass encased by a sturdy, colorful plastic frame. Featuring a stay-cool handle and built-in coaster, this convenient glass teapot creates five full cups of flavorful tea to share with family over breakfast, or with afternoon or after dinner guests. And the teapot is dishwasher safe for convenience. An ideal
I started taking GP to work instead. I finished part 1. 5 of GP but since it's all back-stitching I'm not counting it as a finish for this month. Well, as some of you might already know, my brother had a niece - Emma - who is now 13 months old. My Mom and I were flipping through one of my XS magazines and we found a cute pattern that Mom requested I do for her, with some changes. It's a calendar and while part of it is stitched on fabric, which is then stretched over an artist canvas to give it some strength, the days of the week, months, numbers, and weather, are stitched on plastic canvas which is cut out and a magnet is... The original pattern had the child's name on it, but since Mom wants to use it for ALL her grandchildren, we decided to leave that part out. There were supposed to be random light purple full Xs under and around the snowflake - but since 1) I forgot about them till I was almost done and 2) because I CAN. I'm going to add light purple beads instead. And besides, it needs a little sparkle. Okay, well that's all for the progress shots, now onto the rest of the photos. So Thomas, Roxy, Jewel and I went home for a week to visit family and because he had vacation time to take. not so much, don't worry we did it in 2 days and didn't kill ourselves doing it in 1. Since our b-day is Aug 5th, and I'm not going to be home to celebrate it with the rest of the family, we had a mini b-day celebration on the Monday we were there... I got the last season of True Blood *tear* from Joe & Linds, the 50th anniversary of Sound of Music from Mom/Dad, a beautiful Winne the Pooh teapot from Jason/Sarah, and a Disney cross-stitching kit from Reema (family friend who had been staying... The teapot is going up on my shelf with my 2 other pretty teapots. The kit has aida, floss, and a pattern book. Joe also brought his cat, Star, so it was a full house between the 3 dogs and the cat. Joe, Mom and I also ended up having to give Star a bath because she stunk. you can guess how well that went. As you can see, they all passed out in 'their' spots - Kirby in 'his'/Mom's chair, Lilly in-between Mom & Dad's chair, and Roxy next to the couch where I was sitting. And yes, Kirby sleeps on his back like that all the time in that chair. We also got to meet up with Joe (Thomas's cousin, not my little bro) his wife Whitney, and their new baby girl, Harper - who I think is like 10 months old or so. Roxy wasn't to sure of here in her walker/spaceship thing she's got there so she... Thomas and I got to see Ankit, a friend, race his mini car (I'm not sure what it's called) Sat night that we got in. It was a blast. We got pit passes so we could go back to his trailer and hang with him in-between races. Thomas helped him as his unofficial pit crew member, since normally it's just him doing all the work. Really, lots of fun watching all the different races and even though Ankit didn't win we still enjoyed ourselves. One of the things I like to do when I'm home is play Pokeno, think Bingo but with playing cards, with the ladies on our street. It's a thing we try to do once a month and I asked Mom to host it this month while I was home so I could play. We play for pennies, I know. ) with everyone throwing in $. 03/bowl for each round with each round being called by the person to the left of the previous caller so everyone has a turn. There are 5 bowls in our game - Pokeno, Black Out, Middle, 4 of a kind, and 4 corners. Black Out is always the last round of the night which is done whenever it gets back the original caller who started the game. Pokeno winner ends each of the other rounds. At the end of the game I had won a whole $1. 40, which I then gave back to my Mom since I had forgotten my bag at home in CO and was using her money to play. Emma wanted to help her Grandma play so while Mom was holding her (and Emma was eating a tortilla chip) she kept putting her tortilla chip down on Mom's card and then would try to pick up the red bingo chips that the game comes with and try to eat... Source: SpitfireFae's Craft Corner
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