Pretty Easter Charcuterie Board and Easter On a Tray Blog Tour

Easter on a Tray Blog Tour 

It's time for another blog tour. This time it's Easter on a Tray. Isn't that a cool idea? Katherine at Katherine's Corner is hosting this tour and I'm really excited to be a part of it. I KNOW you will get inspired for Easter everything!!

Look at all this Easter fun??!!

If you are coming over from Celebrate and Decorate Blog - WELCOME!! So glad you are here. Continue the tour at the bottom of this post to Debbie Dabble Blog.

I was thinking how beautiful charcuterie boards are and I wanted to do one so here is my playful version of a butterflies, bunnies, fruit and candy charcuterie board for Easter. 

Hope you find inspiration, my friends.

Here is how I made up the tray. I gathered lots of fun stuff like bunnies, butterfly and bunny cookies (from bakery), candy, edible Easter straw, and some little knick knacks like ceramic bunnies and chicks. Oh, I also included one of my paper roses.

I bought this really cute little yellow bunny bowl at Hobby Lobby. It was a total splurge but it's so pretty.

See? I didn't know I needed it but there it was when I was putting this tray together. 

It's the softest color yellow EVER!

I had these fake carrots I think from Target from a few years ago and I made the pink bird nest out of edible Easter grass.. some nice candy eggs look perfect. I've bought so much candy this year for the grands Easter baskets so I had plenty of the sweet stuff.

Below is a picture of the chocolate covered strawberries which I made myself by melting the chocolate melts and then sprinkling with sprinkles. They are so pretty! Right?

I bought the edible Easter grass for other projects but thought that would look good rolled into a nest with candy eggs. I've eaten a LOT of this edible grass, whole packages. It's tasty and fun. 

These little roses are made from gummy strips candy. It was kinda like making the paper roses.

I took my white tray and put on this cute Easter napkin which I bought at Hobby Lobby, not knowing I'd use it on this Easter tray. I laid out some of the cookies from the bakery and some chocolate bunnies... and I made a pink nest out of the edible Easter straw. I ate that nest while I was fooling around with the tray. Then I couldn't find the pink so I made a green nest - you'll notice in the other pictures. 
Oh, well.

I added things here and there.. There was so much sugar on the sugar cookies, it was piled up. The sugar got all over the place and I had to take everything off the tray at one point to shake out the napkin. You can see the sugar on the napkin...

Look at the size of these cookies! I decided not to put them on the tray. They took up too much room so I just put the smaller bunny cookies and butterfly cookies on the tray. One cookie can feed a family. ha hahahha

At first I was just going to have the cookies and candy on the tray but I don't think my daughter would like that too much for the kids so I added fruit. Now it's a healthy charcuterie tray. Lol

Bunny Cookies

Butterfly Cookies

So here is the healthy FRUIT part of the tray with cut up fresh pineapple and grapes in an edible Easter grass nest with my little ceramic bunny I bought years ago at Joann's.

Remember how I said I ate the pink nest? Well, it was replaced by this green nest...

Oh, I am making these cute little cotton fabric bunnies also. SO MUCH FUN!! SEW EASY!!

I had some pretty ribbon leftover from the bunnies so I sort of laid it across the tray. The colors are just right for the tray, I think.

Then I filled in with some little paper folded up leaves that I used to make 
these little chick Easter baskets.

I hope you enjoyed this post on making a charcuterie board. I enjoyed making this so much!

Please continue on the tour by going to Debbie Dabble and seeing her 

beautiful Easter on a Tray!!

Best wishes for Easter and always,

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  1. LINDA!!
    OMG! I LOVE this idea!! So cute and darn yummy looking too!! Truly a delightful Tray for Easter!! What a great idea!!! Wishing you and your family a very Happy Easter!!

  2. What a beautiful, yummy tray, Linda! So many fun touches, too! Those little flowers are so cute, and I didn't even know edible Easter grass existed!

  3. Linda you rocked this Easter tray! With all of its style and yumminess. The candy roses are awesome, all of it, just divine. Thank you for joining in the fun my friend.Pinned xo

  4. Hi linda, trying to pin! This is beautiful! Pinning shortly! OMG you have a gift! love this! laura

  5. This tray is fabulous! Looks so yummy and the colors are perfect. The gummy roses are so sweet! Love them. Happy to be touring with you today & totally pinning. Have a wonderful Easter. XO- MaryJo

  6. So adorable Linda! I love all the cute goodies you used, the edible Easter grass, the bakery cookies, the frosted strawberries and the fabulous fabric rabbit you made, so perfect! You are certainly all set for a very sweet Easter!

  7. Linda, oh, my goodness girl, you outdid yourself! This is the best idea; a charcuterie Easter tray. And every single goodie on it looks yummy! Now I'm excited to try this myself. The fabric bunny is special too, and I'm clicking over to see how you made it.
    Happy Easter,

  8. Linda, this is adorable and obviously tasty! What a cute idea! Thanks for sharing the inspiration. Happy Easter!

  9. Oh Linda, your charcuterie board is absolutely gorgeous! Wow!! Lucky people around your house on Easter! Your friend,

    1. Hi, Theresa, thanks for the compliment on my charcuterie board. I just like saying that word and I love looking at all the pretty charcuterie boards so I thought I'd make one and it's so fun and easy .... once you gather everything to put on it. Lol

  10. What a beautiful tray of goodies Linda! I didn't even know there was such a thing as edible grass but your nest is adorable. Love your bunny bowl too. I am pinning this for future inspiration. I have never been great at charcuterie boards and yours is just perfect. Happy Easter to you!

  11. Such a pretty charcuterie board for Easter! I enjoy arranging (and eating!) charcuterie boards, but I hadn't seen any like yours! I had to chuckle when you said you munched on the contents along the way. I do that too, lol.

  12. What a sweet idea to create an Easter charcuterie tray!! Great creativity!

  13. Well, this is just the prettiest Easter tray--love all the sweet pastel colored desserts! Thanks for sharing at Vintage Charm!

  14. This is just delightful! All the precious treats and color is so pretty and inviting, and FUN kiddos of every age would love this. Have a wonderful Easter weekend!


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