I picked up this pack of 2 mini charcuterie boards from the Target Dollar spot back in the Spring not really knowing what I had planned for them. Honestly they ended up pushed to the back of my craft stash only to reemerge when I was rummaging through my Christmas craft supplies. I pulled them out and recognized, for the first time, that they had the perfect little ornament shape! Thus, the DIY charcuterie board ornament idea was born.
After grabbing a few more supplies from stash, I was ready to get crafty. I have included a list and Amazon affiliate links for similar supplies below so you too can make your own DIY charcuterie board ornament.
The board I used came from the Target dollar spot but I found some mini boards that would work just as well in my opinion. Don’t they make the perfect little shape for an ornament?
I love how classic the red velvet ribbon looks on the DIY charcuterie board ornaments. I have linked on Amazon several different sizes of velvet ribbon. I even think an emerald green color would be beautiful for this type of project.
Of course you can’t forget the greenery pick for embellishing. I grabbed mine from the Christmas section at Walmart last season. You ca find similar styles at your local Walmart or craft store. I have linked a similar set on Amazon.
This little stamp set has come in handy for plenty of craft projects in the past. This is the same set I used for the ornament I made. The mini ink pad is perfect for a little added distressing on the edges of your projects.
I simply stamped the board and then looped the velvet ribbon through the handle of the mini board. I secured the ribbon with a simple knot and tacked it in place with glue. Then using the greenery picks, I covered the knot and hot glue. A little added distressing and this ornament is finished. I love how cute and classy it looks on my tree this year!
Truly, these are easy enough to make multiples for gift giving. Personalized them with your family names an so much more. I would love to hear your ideas for you mini charcuterie board ornaments in the comments.