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Celestine_Sweet Iced Tea



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Ohhh... like a tea concentrate.  How cool!  I like that you included a photo of the original card with the handwriting, this makes it extra special.

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Just now, SodScrap said:

Ohhh... like a tea concentrate.  How cool!  I like that you included a photo of the original card with the handwriting, this makes it extra special.

That is my Gran's handwriting, so it is extra special!

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1 minute ago, Celestine said:

That is my Gran's handwriting, so it is extra special!

Definitely!!  I love that "the older generations" had such amazing penmanship!  It makes me sad that this is a lost art.  Generations now don't even know how to write in cursive, I think it's sad.

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I love seeing the photo of your Gran's actual card! Your recipe card is lovely. I especially like the tea canisters tumbling down the side and that little tea ball in your cluster.

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What a great idea! I usually make my iced tea a jug at a time, but with much less sugar, lol. I'd have to figure out my own ratio I guess, and hope for the best.

Your card is so pretty, especially since you used your Gran's handwriting. 

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What a wonderful card and I love seeing your Gran's handwriting, it makes it even more special.   I normally drink my tea unsweetened but this is so cool and great to have on hand for sweet tea.   I will be glad to have this recipe and your card is so pretty.  Thanks for all the tips, too!

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52 minutes ago, MariJ said:

What a wonderful card and I love seeing your Gran's handwriting, it makes it even more special.   I normally drink my tea unsweetened but this is so cool and great to have on hand for sweet tea.   I will be glad to have this recipe and your card is so pretty.  Thanks for all the tips, too!

I'm with you - I always drink unsweetened tea, except for when Gran had it at special family events or gatherings. Then, it was a treat! However, my son-in-law is a big fan of this brewed sweet tea, so I do make it for him.

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