Christmas CharcuterTREE Board

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Updated 2021

christmas tree charcuterie board appetizer

Here’s my version of an edible Tannenbaum (yes, I have been waiting all year to use that word!) with all your favorite cheese board fixins. It’s a great spread to serve as a simple appetizer because it has both sweet and savory items—plus it’s such a festive showpiece! 

For other holiday ideas, check out Boards That Sleigh, including my Charcuterie Chalet , Oh Christmas Brie, and Charcuterie Wreath.

What’s On The Christmas Board? 

Cheese

  • Cheddar, cubed
  • Colby jack, cubed
  • Havarti, cubed
  • Provolone slices

Meat

  • Salami
  • Calabrese salami  

Produce

  • Castelvetrano olives
  • Blackberries,
  • Raspberries 

Carbs

  • Pretzel Sticks
  • Chocolate Shortbread Star Cookies (I used the ones from Trader Joe’s)

Garnish

  • Rosemary sprigs

How Do You Build a Charcuterie Tree?

This board is one of my easiest and most approachable boards. Simply gather up cubed cheese, salami & some colorful accoutrements and line them up to create a tree shape. Add in some festive touches with cheese cut outs and garnish and you have yourself an impressive holiday appetizer.

Feel free to copy this one exactly or sub in some of your favorite ingredients to create the this festive appetizer.

Here’s my process:

  • First, cut shapes out of the provolone slices using snowflake and star cookie cutters.
  • Build your tree starting from the bottom with a row of cheese, then continue up the tree making sure each layer is slightly less wide than the last to ensure the triangle tree shape.
  • If you want to leave out briney items like olives, you can always just put a ramekin of those off to the side (or in a star ramekin on the top!) if you prefer.
  • Create a tree trunk using pretzels at the bottom of the tree.
  • Garnish with rosemary sprigs to evoke the tree branch feeling, then finish with star-shaped cookies and provolone cut-outs to mimic ornaments.
charcuterie christmas tree board

Alternative Ingredients to Try

Since this board is all about the color and shape, there are so many directions you can take it. If you feel overwhelmed by choices, I suggest sticking to a smaller color palette or flavor palette while you figure out the ingredients you want to include. 

I always advocate that you use seasonal produce (it just tastes better!) and the ingredients that you and your crew love the most. If no one likes olives, don’t use olives! As always, make it your own. 

  • Cubed apple slices turned so that the outside color is showing. You can make sure to cut them in a way that they’ll sit flat and not wobble.  Remember to use this apple trick so they don’t brown.
  • Edamame for some fresh green color. 
  • Grapes of any color would be super fun. 
  • Flavored, colored Oreos turned on their side if you want to add more sweets to the mix. Just make sure they are crowded in by other ingredients so that they don’t roll away. 
  • Cherry tomatoes for a fun pop of red (or yellow!). 

What Size of Board Did You Use?

This board is 14inx20in. Find similar wood boards in the SHOP THIS POST below. Remember to always check dimensions before you buy as some of these differ slightly.

Show Me Your Boards

I hope this post inspires you to create delicious ho-ho-holiday treats. Nothing makes me happier than seeing the beautiful spreads you create from my tips. If you make something inspired by this post, please tag me at @ainttooproudtomeg so I can see and share!

And, if you liked this board recipe, please rate and review.

christmas tree charcuterie board

Christmas CharcuterTREE Board

5 from 136 votes

Description

Dazzle your loved ones with this Christmas tree cheese board.

Ingredients
  

Cheese

  • Sharp Cheddar cubed
  • Havarti cubed
  • Colby Jack cubed
  • Provolone Slices

Meats

  • Calabrese Salame
  • Italian Dry Salame
  • Peppered Salame

Produce

  • Blackberries
  • Raspberries
  • Castelvetrano olives

Carbs

  • Pretzel sticks
  • Chocolate Covered Shortbread Stars (from Trader Joe's)

Garnish

  • Rosemary

Instructions

  • First, cut shapes out of the provolone slices using snowflake and star cookie cutters.
  • Next, prep your salami by making salami folds and piling 3-4 pieces on a decorative toothpick.
  • Build your tree starting from the bottom with a row of cheese, then continue up the tree making sure each layer is slightly less wide than the last to ensure the triangle tree shape.
  • Create a tree trunk using pretzels at the bottom of the tree.
  • Garnish with rosemary sprigs to evoke the tree branch feeling, then finish with star-shaped cookies and provolone cut-outs to mimic ornaments.
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170 Comments

  1. Audrey wrote:

    5 stars
    Cannot wait to make this! Your are such an inspiration!

    Posted 12.3.20 Reply
  2. Lindsey wrote:

    This is so great! I love the stars and the rosemary is a great touch!

    Posted 12.3.20 Reply
  3. Tonya wrote:

    5 stars
    I love this! Making it for Xmas eve this year ????????????

    Posted 12.3.20 Reply
  4. Shaz wrote:

    4 stars
    So cute!

    Posted 12.3.20 Reply
  5. Randi wrote:

    This is perfect for my neighbor!

    Posted 12.3.20 Reply
  6. CocoKnowsBest wrote:

    5 stars
    This is probably one of my favorite charcuterie boards you’ve made, to date 🙂

    Posted 12.3.20 Reply
  7. DaNae wrote:

    5 stars
    Can’t wait to get festive with this fabulous Charcutree!

    Posted 12.3.20 Reply
  8. Shannon Cimino wrote:

    5 stars
    Meg – I just love all your creative board designs. The way you label the ingredients so that it is clear on what is what is so helpful. Can’t wait to entertain again (soon) with friends and your recipes/inspiration! Thank you!
    Shannon

    Posted 12.3.20 Reply
  9. Geeta wrote:

    5 stars
    ????

    Posted 12.3.20 Reply
  10. Meg wrote:

    5 stars
    Yum!!

    Posted 12.3.20 Reply
  11. Nina Barone wrote:

    5 stars
    Love this! So many great ideas!

    Posted 12.3.20 Reply
  12. Jaime wrote:

    5 stars
    Made this and love it-so cute and festive!!!

    Posted 12.3.20 Reply
  13. Leah wrote:

    5 stars
    So inspired by these festive boards! I think a tree will be making a debut at our house Christmas lunch!

    Posted 12.3.20 Reply
  14. Aisling wrote:

    5 stars
    Definitely making this board this year – and those Trader Joe’s star cookies are one of my holiday favs! Best way to easily make a board look festive

    Posted 12.3.20 Reply
  15. Aubrey wrote:

    5 stars
    In these uncertain times, one thing never changes: Ain’t Too Proud To Meg produces the BEST content on the internet!!!! I’ve loved the Instagram videos and posts for so long, and I’m so excited to read the blog!!

    Posted 12.3.20 Reply
  16. Melissa Boetjer wrote:

    5 stars
    Love this!

    Posted 12.3.20 Reply
  17. Marissa wrote:

    5 stars
    Love! Thank you for all your amazing posts! I started making them because of you and my friends and family love it! Continue killing it and sharing all your awesome ideas! We appreciate you!

    Posted 12.3.20 Reply
  18. Patricia Walton wrote:

    5 stars
    I love that you provide step by step details. So inspiring! I love attempting to recreate.

    Posted 12.3.20 Reply
  19. Colette Weber wrote:

    5 stars
    I love your holiday boards. I have begun working on boards on the Mississippi Gulf Coast after I retired from teaching after 24 years, and it has been amazing. I love to look at your creations to give me inspiration.

    Posted 12.3.20 Reply
  20. Alison wrote:

    5 stars
    This is absolutely beautiful! We eat with our eyes first and this is almost too pretty to eat!!

    Posted 12.3.20 Reply
  21. Allison wrote:

    5 stars
    Love this! The list of specific ingredients is so helpful ????

    Posted 12.3.20 Reply
  22. Rosa Son wrote:

    5 stars
    I love this idea and will definitely try to recreate it!

    Posted 12.3.20 Reply
  23. Tegan wrote:

    Love this and that the design is V simple to follow ????????????????

    Posted 12.3.20 Reply
  24. Anita Toss wrote:

    5 stars
    I love all your boards! So imaginative!

    Posted 12.3.20 Reply
  25. Amy wrote:

    5 stars
    I’m always inspired by everything posted, but this tree board is such an easy one to recreate! Was a big hit when I first tried it 🙂

    Posted 12.3.20 Reply
  26. Lisa wrote:

    5 stars
    I’m so doing the tree for my simple Christmas alone with my hubby!
    I can’t wait!! Thank you for helping those of us that need the step by step!! ⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️

    Posted 12.3.20 Reply
  27. Missy wrote:

    5 stars
    Amazing!

    Posted 12.3.20 Reply
  28. Hannah wrote:

    5 stars
    Love how this has everything! (Sweets/cheese/meat) and it looks so cute but also relatively easy for a newbie like me!!

    Posted 12.3.20 Reply
  29. Crystal wrote:

    5 stars
    This board is so cute!!! Simple idea but executed so perfectly. Definitely using this as inspo for my charcuterie board this holiday season 🙂

    Posted 12.3.20 Reply
  30. Lacey wrote:

    I can’t wait to make this one!

    Posted 12.3.20 Reply
  31. Kate wrote:

    5 stars
    Delish! Your boards are always top notch!

    Posted 12.3.20 Reply
  32. Claire wrote:

    5 stars
    Your holiday boards (and really all of your boards) are just ????????you’re so creative and inspiring! ♥️

    Posted 12.3.20 Reply
  33. Francie wrote:

    5 stars
    So cute!!

    Posted 12.3.20 Reply
  34. Victoria wrote:

    Looks festive and delish!

    Posted 12.3.20 Reply
  35. Mackenzie wrote:

    5 stars
    Creative, festive, and delicious! How do you beat that?! Shared this recipe to my extended family to virtually (attempt!) to make one night. Thank you for sharing! ????????

    Posted 12.3.20 Reply
  36. Courtney wrote:

    5 stars
    This is absolutely adorable! Will definitely be a hit at my family’s Christmas dinner!!

    Posted 12.3.20 Reply
  37. Lindsey LaFleur wrote:

    5 stars
    Yum! I always get the cheese board assignment at holidays, and your boards make planning easy and fun!

    Posted 12.3.20 Reply
  38. Christine wrote:

    5 stars
    Love this board!

    Posted 12.3.20 Reply
  39. Audrey wrote:

    5 stars
    Awesome! So creative, I’m going to try this!

    Posted 12.3.20 Reply
  40. JESSICA wrote:

    5 stars
    So festive! You inspired me!

    Posted 12.3.20 Reply
  41. Alyssa wrote:

    5 stars
    I love this tree so much!

    Posted 12.3.20 Reply
  42. Nicky wrote:

    5 stars
    Love this! 2020 might be a good year to fancy up my Christmas Eve cheese board 🙂

    Posted 12.3.20 Reply
  43. Daniza wrote:

    5 stars
    This ????cheese board is beautiful! So excited to recreate it myself. Meg has always had awesome tips and tricks for simple creative cheese boards.
    Thank you ????

    Posted 12.3.20 Reply
  44. Audrey wrote:

    5 stars
    We made this last Christmas and absolutely adored it! Not only delicious but so festive!!

    Posted 12.3.20 Reply
  45. Jessica wrote:

    5 stars
    Everything you make looks incredible!

    Posted 12.3.20 Reply
  46. Patty wrote:

    5 stars
    I’ve loved following Meg for years. She constantly surprises me with her whimsy and creativity. Her themed boards are SO fun. And I love that she includes all the info to purchase and design your own boards. Thanks for making the holidays do Gouda with this tree board!! It’s GRATE lol ????♥️

    Posted 12.3.20 Reply
  47. Sam wrote:

    5 stars
    Inspiration for the holidays! I hope I can pull it off!

    Posted 12.3.20 Reply
  48. Caitlin wrote:

    5 stars
    Such a cute idea!!

    Posted 12.3.20 Reply
  49. Tori wrote:

    5 stars
    I love this board! And I love how you include the ingredients and shopping list. So helpful!

    Posted 12.3.20 Reply
  50. Kim wrote:

    I love this so much! All of your designs are impeccable and I love when you’re a guest on Home and Family!!

    Posted 12.3.20 Reply
  51. Anne Amador wrote:

    5 stars
    This is beautiful! I can’t wait to try making this at Christmas!

    Posted 12.3.20 Reply
  52. Chelsea wrote:

    The most beautiful board!!

    Posted 12.3.20 Reply
  53. Kiara wrote:

    5 stars
    The most gorgeous charcuterie Christmas tree board I have ever seen! I am so totally going to try my best to re-create this next weekend for my sisters little Christmas party ???? I’ll send pics!!

    Posted 12.3.20 Reply
  54. DC wrote:

    5 stars
    Your work is amazing as always! Can you let us know how long it usually takes to put together a board like this? Thanks!!

    Posted 12.3.20 Reply
  55. Tiffany wrote:

    5 stars
    So cute! You are so creative!

    Posted 12.3.20 Reply
  56. Ashley wrote:

    5 stars
    I’m obsessed with the star tree topper! So cute! Your holiday boards are my fave ????

    Posted 12.3.20 Reply
    • Meg Quinn (Ain't Too Proud To Meg) wrote:

      Thank you, Ashley! Your holiday boards are absolutely gorgeous too!

      Posted 12.5.20 Reply
  57. Sally wrote:

    5 stars
    I made a smaller version of this charcutertree last year and can’t wait to try another one this year for Christmas! The cutest idea and delicious too 🙂

    Posted 12.3.20 Reply
  58. Nemi wrote:

    5 stars
    Love all your creative holiday ideas, especially this one! Easy to make for all skill levels and still delish ????

    Posted 12.3.20 Reply
  59. Kelsey wrote:

    5 stars
    This is so adorable. I’d love to try this this year!

    Posted 12.3.20 Reply
  60. Hannah wrote:

    I need to make this!! ????????

    Posted 12.3.20 Reply
  61. Colleen wrote:

    Wow! This is just so beautiful!! Such an inspiration for all things charcuterie ????

    Posted 12.3.20 Reply
  62. Brie Risi wrote:

    5 stars
    So creative!! Definitely making this Christmas!!

    Posted 12.3.20 Reply
  63. Mari wrote:

    5 stars
    Looks so delicious! Making it for Christmas 100% !!

    Posted 12.3.20 Reply
  64. Diana wrote:

    5 stars
    We did this, but instead of Trader J’s cookies, we used some of my mom’s traditional homemade chocolate cookies/treats. A hit!

    Posted 12.3.20 Reply
  65. Dara wrote:

    5 stars
    Love this! So cute.

    Posted 12.3.20 Reply
  66. Kristie wrote:

    5 stars
    Your boards are always on point!!

    Posted 12.3.20 Reply
  67. Mariah wrote:

    5 stars
    Love the charcuterTREE board. Such a great post with useful ideas.

    Posted 12.3.20 Reply
  68. Elizabeth wrote:

    I love this board so much!!

    Posted 12.3.20 Reply
  69. Emily wrote:

    5 stars
    Ohhhh!!! Fantastic!!

    Posted 12.3.20 Reply
  70. Katie wrote:

    5 stars
    My friend Lindsey turned me on to you blog and my daughter (who is 9) and I absolutely LOVE it!
    My daughter, Annabelle, loves to make boards! It is something we can enjoy together for years to come!

    Posted 12.3.20 Reply
  71. Andrea wrote:

    Oh I so want to make this but being ????means no charcuterie this season – def next year!!

    Posted 12.3.20 Reply
  72. Michelle Jones wrote:

    5 stars
    Beautiful work! Impressed with the creativity!

    Posted 12.3.20 Reply
  73. Michelle wrote:

    5 stars
    Love the idea! Super creative!

    Posted 12.3.20 Reply
  74. Rachel wrote:

    5 stars
    Love this and excited to make on Christmas Eve.

    Posted 12.3.20 Reply
  75. Natalie wrote:

    Amazing!

    Posted 12.3.20 Reply
  76. Dannie wrote:

    5 stars
    Such a cute idea, and love that this post gives alternative ingredients to make it your own. Can’t wait to make it!

    Posted 12.3.20 Reply
  77. Mary Anne wrote:

    Your boards are amazing! Thanks for all of the details … perfect for a novice like me. My family will be so impressed!!!

    Posted 12.3.20 Reply
  78. Jen wrote:

    5 stars
    This is so fun & festive. Can’t wait to try it! ❤️

    Posted 12.3.20 Reply
  79. Caitlyn wrote:

    5 stars
    Love this! Can’t wait to try for the holidays!!

    Posted 12.3.20 Reply
  80. Amy wrote:

    *heads to the store to buy alllllll the meat and cheese*

    Posted 12.3.20 Reply
  81. Kristen wrote:

    5 stars
    I am totally making this for this years holiday celebration! It is something the adults and littles will enjoy. I particularly appreciate the easy to follow instructions and alternatives provided! This is a beautiful board!

    Posted 12.3.20 Reply
  82. Vanessa Keadle wrote:

    5 stars
    Obsessed with the tree board. I love how you make your recipes so easily to follow and completely goof-proof!

    Posted 12.3.20 Reply
  83. Laura wrote:

    Looks amazing!

    Posted 12.3.20 Reply
  84. Melissa wrote:

    5 stars
    This is such a great board to make for the holidays! And the recipe is so easy to read! Yay!

    Posted 12.3.20 Reply
  85. Lauren wrote:

    5 stars
    So adorable! Can’t wait to make a smaller version of this for stay-at-home Christmas this year!!

    Posted 12.3.20 Reply
  86. Jenn wrote:

    So cute! I’m definitely doing this for the holidays! ????

    Posted 12.3.20 Reply
  87. Jenna Massengale wrote:

    5 stars
    Adorable and so easy!!

    Posted 12.3.20 Reply
  88. MayberryMagpie wrote:

    5 stars
    I love your work!

    Posted 12.3.20 Reply
  89. Juli wrote:

    5 stars
    Love this! We always have charcuterie boards at family gatherings, will have to try this one!

    Posted 12.3.20 Reply
  90. Ladan wrote:

    Just gorgous

    Posted 12.3.20 Reply
  91. Emily wrote:

    Yum

    Posted 12.3.20 Reply
  92. Janice F. wrote:

    I so hope to make this board this Christmas. Thanks for the tips and inspiration. Looks great!!!!

    Posted 12.3.20 Reply
  93. Nancy wrote:

    The resources you include are so helpful! This may need to appear for Christmas at our house!

    Posted 12.3.20 Reply
  94. Kristen wrote:

    5 stars
    This is the type of festive food we all need this year!

    Posted 12.3.20 Reply
  95. Sarah wrote:

    5 stars
    Love this! Hoping to make it this Christmas!

    Posted 12.3.20 Reply
  96. Michelle wrote:

    5 stars
    I love the play on words and the board! I can’t wait to get back to having big gatherings so I can make my own boards!!

    Posted 12.3.20 Reply
  97. Vikki wrote:

    5 stars
    I’ll be making tree after tree and eating them all myself!

    Posted 12.3.20 Reply
  98. Emily wrote:

    5 stars
    A Christmas dream! Can’t wait to recreate.

    Posted 12.3.20 Reply
  99. Kelly wrote:

    5 stars
    The rosemary looks so tree-like ???? my on-laws will love this!

    Posted 12.3.20 Reply
  100. Laura H wrote:

    5 stars
    This is super cute and I can’t wait to make this for Christmas. I appreciate that you label the picture and provide a shopping list. Super easy!

    Posted 12.3.20 Reply
  101. Stephanie ivey wrote:

    I love this idea

    Posted 12.3.20 Reply
  102. Brittan Orr wrote:

    5 stars
    You’re charcuterie boards are always so beautiful & so impressive without being too much work! ????????

    Posted 12.3.20 Reply
  103. Ali wrote:

    5 stars
    I have SO enjoyed following you this year! Your cheese puns bring me so much joy ???????? I hope you have a great holiday!!!

    Posted 12.3.20 Reply
  104. Krista Patterson wrote:

    5 stars
    This just made me a million times more excited for our low-key Christmas plans this year! Thank you!! ✨

    Posted 12.3.20 Reply
  105. Karrie wrote:

    5 stars
    I can’t wait to recreate this for our holiday party.

    Posted 12.3.20 Reply
  106. Lori wrote:

    5 stars
    Can’t wait to make this for our small Christmas this year! Our boards have never looked better, thanks to you!

    Posted 12.3.20 Reply
  107. Megan Maher wrote:

    5 stars
    Love this and can’t wait to make one for our Christmas dinner. With just the two of us this year, snacky options are the way to go and this is TOO cute!

    Posted 12.3.20 Reply
  108. Sarah wrote:

    5 stars
    Seriously so creative!! I love this! ❤️❤️❤️

    Posted 12.3.20 Reply
  109. Rachel wrote:

    5 stars
    Love it!

    Posted 12.3.20 Reply
  110. Amanda wrote:

    5 stars
    I love this idea and have convinced my friend to make this for the holiday season. Thank you for breaking down your creation with us.

    Posted 12.3.20 Reply
  111. Emmy wrote:

    5 stars
    So excited to make this for Christmas!! Love so much

    Posted 12.3.20 Reply
  112. Randi wrote:

    5 stars
    Thank you for the breakdown of this board! You make charcuterie so fun!

    Posted 12.3.20 Reply
  113. Chantel wrote:

    Love the rosemary!

    Posted 12.3.20 Reply
  114. Carly wrote:

    5 stars
    Thanks for your wonderful ideas and for always labeling stuff! It is so helpful for beginners who need some additional guidance on what to put on our boards or what things are we may not recognize. It also helps us recreate a certain look or idea.

    Posted 12.3.20 Reply
  115. Abby wrote:

    5 stars
    Amazing! Will definitely be something I make as we just stay home and snack this holiday season.

    Posted 12.3.20 Reply
  116. Lisa Russell wrote:

    5 stars
    I love this Christmas board! Great ideas!

    Posted 12.3.20 Reply
  117. Liz Brown wrote:

    5 stars
    So glad I found this account. Your boards really do sleigh and now I feel like mine can too!

    Posted 12.3.20 Reply
  118. Katy wrote:

    Totally doing this for Christmas!!!!

    Posted 12.3.20 Reply
  119. Ashlyn wrote:

    5 stars
    Such a fun idea for the holidays! Can’t wait to try it out!!

    Posted 12.3.20 Reply
  120. Bri wrote:

    Can’t wait to try this!

    Posted 12.3.20 Reply
  121. Brittany Bouchez wrote:

    5 stars
    I love how festive this is and the alternative ingredients you provide too! Very creative

    Posted 12.3.20 Reply
  122. Veronica wrote:

    5 stars
    Been following you for a while, and you’re creative and beautiful boards never disappoint. Thank you for the ideas and inspiration! Love the easy to follow steps, and making this pretty tree this year!

    Posted 12.3.20 Reply
  123. elleantz wrote:

    5 stars
    this is SO helpful— sometimes it’s hard to know where to start with these things! thanks for bringing the Christmas cheer despite all the doom & gloom in the world lately.

    Posted 12.3.20 Reply
  124. Anne wrote:

    5 stars
    Meg! I didn’t even know these in-depth blogs were here. I’m just going to live here now and drool. Enjoy my company.

    Posted 12.3.20 Reply
  125. Shiana wrote:

    5 stars
    ⭐️ ⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️

    Posted 12.3.20 Reply
  126. Jane Song wrote:

    5 stars
    Love this! My family will enjoy making it!

    Posted 12.3.20 Reply
  127. Sam wrote:

    Ok I am DEFINITELY making one of these for Christmas!!

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  128. Sam wrote:

    5 stars
    ????????????

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  129. hope wrote:

    5 stars
    this looks so festive & so delicious!

    Posted 12.3.20 Reply
  130. SFinBK wrote:

    5 stars
    Always enjoy your posts and your recommendations! Have made a few purchases based on your reccos!

    Posted 12.3.20 Reply
  131. Gina Tiedemann wrote:

    5 stars
    Love this board. I got out my snowflake cookie cutters to cut some provolone. I plan to make this board very soon!! Thanks for all your inspiration!

    Posted 12.3.20 Reply
  132. Dana wrote:

    5 stars
    Cute idea for the holiday!!

    Posted 12.4.20 Reply
  133. Liz Madden wrote:

    5 stars
    Wow this is so beautiful !! Can’t wait to make one.

    Posted 12.4.20 Reply
  134. Christine wrote:

    5 stars
    Do you one stop shop for all of this? I’m wondering if I could do it on one trip to Trader Joe’s so I don’t have to go out again ????.

    Posted 12.4.20 Reply
  135. Lisa wrote:

    This board looks so good! How I wish I had a Christmas party to go to! Hopefully next year!

    Posted 12.5.20 Reply
  136. Lisa wrote:

    5 stars
    This looks amazing! Festive and delish!!

    Posted 12.5.20 Reply
  137. Ashley wrote:

    5 stars
    So cute! I can’t wait to make my own.

    Posted 12.20.20 Reply
  138. Alison wrote:

    5 stars
    Looks amazing! Wonderful holiday centerpiece.

    Posted 12.20.20 Reply
  139. Jody wrote:

    5 stars
    Love the colors, shapes & different textures on this festive board!

    Posted 12.20.20 Reply
  140. Colleen wrote:

    5 stars
    I love this festive tree so much. The colors are so vibrant and it really puts me in the holiday spirit. I can’t wait to make my own!! Thanks for the tips, Meg!

    Posted 12.20.20 Reply
  141. Emily wrote:

    Took your class yesterday and loved it! Can’t wait to try making the Christmas tree board for Christmas!!

    Posted 12.20.20 Reply
  142. Vicki wrote:

    5 stars
    Love this! As always, you have the most clear and concise instructions and beautiful pictures!!!

    Posted 12.20.20 Reply
  143. Fran wrote:

    5 stars
    Very easy , but looks great . Love that you give alternative suggestions

    Posted 12.21.20 Reply
  144. Carla Burton wrote:

    5 stars
    The board is beautiful and I can’t wait to try creating it. I also thank you for the workshop as I have always thought I did not like olives and after your information about the green olives, I ended up eating THREE last night and wanting more. Thank you!

    Posted 12.21.20 Reply
  145. Kendra wrote:

    5 stars
    Looks so cute and festive- something for everyone. I always get so much out of your tips and tricks for how to display

    Posted 12.21.20 Reply
  146. Lisa S wrote:

    5 stars
    Love this board!! Used it to celebrate at home with my girls! Thanks for the great recommendations!

    Posted 12.21.20 Reply
  147. Alexis Graham Baker wrote:

    5 stars
    I haven’t tried this yet but looking forward to making this as a part of our Christmas Eve lunch. Thank you for the inspiration always!

    Alexis

    Posted 12.21.20 Reply
  148. Lestlie wrote:

    5 stars
    We love a charcuterie bird for dinner in the winter – so easy and everyone has a yummy nibble. The Christmas tree shape is such a fun idea and it might just be added to Santa’s Christmas Eve snack, alongside his whiskey and macarons!

    Posted 12.21.20 Reply
  149. Kelsie wrote:

    5 stars
    I made a similar board last year and it was a huge hit!! Always love anything you do.. best inspiration out there!

    Posted 12.21.20 Reply
  150. Danielle wrote:

    5 stars
    I tried this out for a girls night & it was a huge hit!

    Posted 12.21.20 Reply
  151. Jenae wrote:

    5 stars
    THEEE cutest. Love this and the fact that most of the items are things I eat! Some charcuterie is a bit too fancy for my taste and budget but this one is perfect!

    Posted 12.21.20 Reply
  152. download wrote:

    5 stars
    Enjoyed every bit of your post. Really looking forward to read more. Great. Lorry Phil Summer

    Posted 12.21.20 Reply
  153. angela wrote:

    5 stars
    i absolutely LOVE this tree design. sweet and savory. keeper!

    Posted 12.21.20 Reply
  154. Jamie wrote:

    5 stars
    Added to our menu. Love it!!

    Posted 12.21.20 Reply
  155. Evelyn wrote:

    5 stars
    I will be making this board for Christmas Eve. I like the simplicity of it.

    Posted 12.21.20 Reply
  156. Fabi wrote:

    5 stars
    Love the board and the Christmas spirit. Delicious! Making for Christmas ????

    Posted 12.21.20 Reply
  157. April wrote:

    5 stars
    This is a beautiful board. I need a rectangular board so I can execute it.

    Posted 12.21.20 Reply
  158. Angeli wrote:

    5 stars
    Super love your boards, everything is pretty and looks yummy too

    Posted 12.21.20 Reply
  159. Trina Locke wrote:

    5 stars
    I love this!! I am new to creating boards!! I love that you break everything down perfectly. I plan to make this on Christmas eve!!

    Posted 12.21.20 Reply
  160. Nicole wrote:

    5 stars
    I love this sooooo much! What a simple way to add some holiday cheer to the table. Gorgeous!

    Posted 12.21.20 Reply
  161. Kellie wrote:

    5 stars
    I cannot wait to make this for Christmas Day. It is so festive and fun! I love how you label things and make it so easy for us to make our own board!

    Posted 12.21.20 Reply
  162. Kimberly wrote:

    I am making this for Christmas! ????????

    Posted 12.21.20 Reply
  163. Bill Engle wrote:

    5 stars
    I’m going to make this for the holidays

    Posted 10.27.21 Reply
  164. Lisa Williamson wrote:

    I love these ideas!

    Posted 10.27.21 Reply
  165. Roberta A Poli wrote:

    5 stars
    Making this for Thanksgiving, my grandchildren will love helping. Is it possible to send me a picture, I am unable to print it or see it in it’s entirely

    Posted 11.17.21 Reply
  166. Shanno wrote:

    These are so pretty! Can’t wait to try one:)

    Posted 11.19.21 Reply
  167. Vinny wrote:

    Awesome looking tray of goodies

    Posted 12.2.21 Reply