Mother’s Day Gift Guide

Mother's Day Gift Ideas Food Cheese

This Mother’s Day, I’ve put together the ultimate gift guide for all the moms in your life! All you need is The Cheese Board Deck and a few goodies to go along with it. You can order The Cheese Board Deck on Amazon and other retailers on my site. Check out some of my favorite entertaining items and add them to your gift basket!

Cheese Spreaders – These make the perfect addition to any cheeseboard and are great for parties. All great cheese boarders need a set!

Grecian Bust Pot – I posted these the after my birthday and you guys went nuts for them! Talk about a statement piece. Mom can fill these with succulents, flowers or her favorite house plant. These are a gorgeous addition to any home!

Murray’s Cheese Subscription – If you know a mom who is obsessed with all kinds of cheese, this gift is for her! Cheesemonger’s Picks Cheese of the Month Club will send a new selection of delicious cheeses each month – a gift that keeps on giving!

Monogrammed Cheese Board – Mom will need somewhere to design all her favorite cheese boards from the Cheese Board Deck and these initial boards add a touch of personalization.

Stone Quartz Coasters – Every good gathering needs a cocktail! These coasters are gorgeous and functional and add a pop of color to mom’s Spring decor.

Colorful Ramekins – Ramekins keep your cheese boards from getting stained and add dimension and shape to them – they’re the first step when designing a gorgeous board and these colorful ones are too cute!

It’s Gouda Brie Okay Sweatshirt – Give the moms in your life a little encouragement with this cozy addition. They are super heroes after all!

Wine Style Book – I’ve been learning more about wine and figuring out the best wine and cheese pairings, and this book is a great place to start!

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  1. Linda wrote:

    I hope someday to meet you when I’m visiting my son and his family who live in Sherman Oaks. Love the cheese board deck and all your videos and posts!!

    Posted 4.21.22 Reply
  2. Susan Decker-Bunce wrote:

    I have the Cheese Board Deck from my daughter at Christmas! I started a 501c3 to teach men in Montgomery, AL how to make boards, I do not teach them but other men do. We want to teach them the Biblical way. First by paying them a living wage with a wife and children. I wanted to ask your thoughts about using the cards, well one on an easel before a holiday to give folks ideas of ‘how to’. I did put one card out on a very small easel, but felt horrid because I want to only do it with permission. We are Westside Wood Works. Thank you for your consideration.

    Posted 4.25.22 Reply