Faffy Tea is the brainchild of Bournemouth-based designer Jodi Head.
"I am a freelance graphic designer, working in Bournemouth for businesses and agencies all over the UK, with over 12 years experience.
One of the things I love to do in life is put on themed parties. I found myself designing invitations, games and decorations throughout the year; for friends' birthdays, kids birthdays, hen parties, Christmas, Eurovision and sporting events! It didn't feel right to let everything I had created be used once and then discarded, especially as I had so much fun.
I also know how expensive parties can be once all of the decorations and partyware are purchased. For a Pinterest-worthy party you can download party items from Faffy Tea for a one-off price, and then print as many as you need from home. Cover your entire house with bunting if you wish! An instant themed party (just add food and drink and guests!) with awesome detail for minimal cost. I also aim to offer as many free party printables and downloads as I can."
Faffy Tea's high-quality and professionally created designs (hopefully!) make us stand out from some of the poorer quality printables being sold or offered for free on Etsy, Pinterest and on blogs.
Currently we are offering unique Party Packs at a very reasonable price which contain invitations, signs, food toppers, bunting and more. As well as the party packs, our Etsy shop also offers party games items such as tried-and-tested scavenger hunts and hen party game cards. More recently, we've branched out into printable Art Prints and some cool wedding stuff too! And our printable Christmas ranges have become hugely popular, especially our famous Acts of Kindness advent calendar.
The Faffy Tea blog offers a large range of FREE downloads, such as forfeit cards and kids scavenger hunts, as well as party and wedding inspiration!
What's a "Faffy Tea"?
"When I request my boyfriend to make me a cup of tea that goes against the norm, it's a bit 'faffy' (even if the process is actually quicker than a regular cup of tea), hence he calls it a Faffy Tea.
Some examples are: a herbal tea, fruit tea, decaf, redbush, loose leaf etc".