DIY: Tea and Cookie Wreath

This is a last minute Christmas craft that can showcase Santa and the cookies you have been baking. You can include Palmiers, madeleines, French macarons that all desire to go along with a cup of tea.

This tea and cookie wreath is a great way to mix it up from your typical faux pine wreath from the craft store. They are made from moldable wire so you can attach the teabags and cookies easily.

Before you attach the packets to the wreath, you need to roughly place the bags around the ring to get an idea of how they space out. You can use twist ties to secure them or use transparent tape just to get an orientation of how each treat baggie will be placed.

Since this is a do-it-yourself, you can use a colorful variety of individually wrapped teabags. Be creative.

You can specifically build your wreath for the particular recipient. If they are fans of green tea or are on a diet you can use dried fruits and nuts instead of cookies. Maybe they preferred their tea without caffeine so you can select flower and herb based teas.

This Tea and Cookie Wreath is perfect for hanging in your kitchen at the holidays or a gift that's on a budget. It's a great way to remind your loved ones to take a tea break during a busy holiday season.

Tea and Cookie Wreath Camillestea

Here's what you will need:

Craft wreath


Individually wrapped teabags

Twist ties

Small cellophane bags for the cookies

Transparent tape

Decorative ribbon


  1. Put the cookies in a bag and tie them with tape and decorative ribbon. Tape a twist tie onto the back of each cookie baggie.
  2. Tape a twist tie onto the back of each individually wrapped teabag.
  3. Place the tea and cookies along the wreath to see how they look best. Use the twist ties to secure the tea and cookies around the twigs of the wreath. Use transparent tape to adjust the orientation of each baggie to your liking.