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Dessert charcuterie isn’t just trendy, it is as also fun and pretty for any party! There are so many dessert options for this buffet charcuterie board. With the help of my Cricut Explore Air 2 I was able to add some really fun elements to the dessert charcuterie board.
The first step for creating the board is finding the board you are going to use. Charcuterie boards are so popular these days that you can basically find one at any kitchen store for any budget. Everywhere from Pottery Barn to Marshall’s has them.
Next, if you want to decorate it, Cricut is a great option to do this. Check out the one I made here. I used Cricut permanent vinyl. There are so many options in the Cricut Design Studio that you can use.
After your board is done, time to think about what kind of dessert you want on the charcuterie board. I love options. When it comes to dessert some people love something chocolatey and others may like something more fruity. Some may prefer some healthier options. This is why a dessert charcuterie board is a great option so you can have something for everyone. Here are some options I love to include on my dessert board.
I also like to include some dips:
There are so many options. You can also incorporate cheese, which many like for a dessert option. Using my Cricut I like to make name cards for the dips or items that people might not know what it is. I use Cricut cardstock and have the Cricut write out the names in a fun font with metallic pens.
Next, when you put it together, keep in mind the colors you are working with. I like to lay it all out on my counter so I can see what I am working with and then start putting it on the board, making sure that colors are varied around the board.
Using Cricut Design Studio and this Cricut cardstock, I created these fun butterfly skewers to add a pop of other color and make it a little more whimsical.
There are so many options you can do with a dessert charcuterie board and with the help of Cricut.
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