DIY Cheese Marker Tags – Virtual Holiday Cocktail Party
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Welcome to the party! We have invited some of our favorite blogging friends to bring you the best holiday cocktail party ideas for Christmas and New Year’s Eve. You will see crafts, table decor, party ideas and delicious recipes – all to ensure your holiday cocktail party success! Don’t forget to visit everyone at the end of our post. You can easily click through all of the fabulous ideas. We will kick off the party with our DIY Cheese Marker Tags!
Sometimes we surprise ourselves as to where our creative inspiration comes from. The other day we were decorating the She Shed for Christmas and Jennifer held up a chalkboard deer on a stick. She lamented that she wished she had bought more than just one of them last year. We discussed what it could be used for during a cocktail party. A short time later during a separate conversation we talked about party food, cheese trays and which cheeses were our faves. And then inspiration struck…we could make the chalkboard deer on a stick into cute cheese marker tags.
We headed out to Michael’s craft store in the hopes of finding more. To our dismay, we couldn’t locate any of them in the store. But, we did find blank raw wood deer skewers. Happily we discovered that they were marked $1.00 a piece and discounted 70% off. That means each of these were only .30 cents each!
We took the easy route and painted each deer with two coats of black acrylic craft paint. After they dried completely, we cut down each skewer for varying heights. Using a chalk pen we wrote out our cheese selections.
These cute cheese marker tags were a big party hit. Guests thought they were cute and they appreciated knowing what the cheese offerings were.
We love that the deer look like they are leaping over the table 🙂
These cuties only took a couple of minutes to make – our favorite kind of craft, quick and easy!
What is your favorite type of cheese?
Don’t forget to click through all of the fabulous cocktail party ideas!
XO~Vicki and Jenn
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Love love love this ladies! Super cute and creative. You guys are the queens of simple and sophisticated projects like this and I cant’ wait to make some of my own. Sign me up for the goat cheese first 🙂 Thanks so much for putting all of this together. You guys are fabulous! hugs, CoCo
These are so cute! You guys are always so creative. Hope you and your family have a Merry Christmas!!
This project came out beautiful. love the shiny lights in the back ground , great photography! I love Brie too.
thanks for everything, great group of ladies. Merry Christmas
I LOVE these! What a creative idea to highlight the best thing on the table – the CHEESE! 😉 Thanks for hosting a fun party! Merry Christmas and Happy New Year to you both and your families!
I love these adorable cheese markers. So creative. Thanks for the idea. I appreciate your putting this party together and hosting. Merry Christmas!
This is such a great idea!! I love that they are chalkboard too! Thank you so much for organizing this fun party! Merry Christmas!
These are so cute and I can’t believe how easy they are – totally my kind of project 🙂
Thanks so much for organizing this hop! I am finding so many great entertaining ideas and recipes to try!
These are just about the cutest thing EVER, and what a bargain!! Thanks for hosting this virtual party, what a fun idea!!
What a fantastic project to mark cheese at a cocktail party! I wish I had seen this before I left Michaels tonight :). My sisters are vegan so this could come in handy to label which is vegan and which is the real stuff. Thanks so much for organizing and hosting this fabulous party. I wish we could celebrate in person :). Have a very Merry Christmas Vicki and Jenn!
This is such a cute idea! And you can’t beat 30 cents 🙂 I’m definitely pinning this idea for future holiday parties! Thanks again for hosting this fun event!
These are SO cute, Jennifer and Vicki! I love that you can re-use them, too. They would make such a great hostess gift!