Providing appetizers at a party is a great way to get conversations flowing and keep guests happy. A chalkboard cheese tray is a beautiful way to display snacks. Here’s a DIY video and step-by-step instructions on how to make one of your own!
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How To Make A Chalkboard Cheese Tray
- Apply a small dab of wood glue on the bottom side of one of the four cup legs.
- Repeat Step 1 with all four cup legs, then flip the tray right-side up to let it dry. Wait a few hours before next steps.
- To prep for painting, line board with washi tape.
- Paint the board.
- Once the paint has dried completely, remove the washi tape and prep the board for writing by rubbing it with chalk.
- Wipe board with a wet paper towel then dry paper towel.
- Chalkboard paint is not food safe, so be sure to put down wax paper when serving food.
- This tray is for serving purposes, and is not recommended to be used in place of a cutting board. We recommend cutting your food on a separate surface, then transferring it to this tray for an extra cute serving display.
- If you use chalk marker, it is less likely to fully erase. But don’t worry, you can always touch it up with your chalkboard paint!
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