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Valentine’s Day Candy Charcuterie Board

Make Valentine’s Day special for the kids or loved one with this Valentine’s Day Candy Charcuterie Board filled with your favorite sweets!

Valentines Day Candy Charcuterie Board

Charcuterie Boards have been a trend for a while now that doesn’t seem to be going away. There are so many different boards you can make for any holiday or theme that you want. And the best part is that you can create it to however you want it with what everyone likes. Use ours for inspiration or recreate yourself! Enjoy!

how to make a Valentines Day Candy Charcuterie Board

What is a Candy Charcuterie Board?

A candy charcuterie board is not like your traditional charcuterie board filled with meats, cheese, crackers and such. Instead it is filled with sugary treats that goes with theme like these Valentine’s Day candy from American Licorice Company (thanks for sending the products to make).

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candy you need to make a Valentines Day Candy Charcuterie Board

Supplies Needed

I used the following candies from American Licorice Company to make this but you can use any kind of Valentine’s Day candy to make your candy board. I would suggest sticking with a theme and colors that represent Valentine’s Day such as pinks and reds.

How to Make a Valentine’s Day Candy Board

Before you get started in making a candy board, you’ll need a charcuterie board. I found this oversized round board online that’s inexpensive. If you want a different size or shape there are lots of other charcuterie boards to choose from in various styles and sizes.

To get started create a focal point of the board. We used this red heart decal to be the focus of the board. 

Then you build your candy board around the focal point all the way to the edge on all sides on all sides of the board. It may take several adjustments and moving around the candy till you get it all to fit and how you want it. 

Display your beautiful Valentine’s Day Charcuterie Candy Board by placing it on a heart tablecloth with some Valentine’s decorations and dig in! 

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    February 28, 2021 at 6:10 pm

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