Holiday How-To: Cheeseboards & Watercolors
Emma + Molly from @BoardInBoston & Paige from @PaigeLindseyDesign are collaborating to bring you a double-header workshop, teaching you how to make your own cheeseboard and paint your own watercolor masterpiece, all while getting into the holiday spirit!
Cozy up with a coffee or cocktail and learn first how to perfectly place your favorite charcuterie. Once we’re finished, dig in as Paige teaches you the tips and tricks you need to create a perfect holiday watercolor scene.
Suggested Cheeseboard Shopping List:
Note: No need to do any prep (i.e. cutting). If you don't like the suggested ingredients, get creative! Swap cucumbers in for prosciutto, or burrata in for brie. If you have any questions leading up to the event, reach out to Emma + Molly on Instagram: @BoardinBoston.
- Round Brie (4-8 oz.)
- Triangle-shaped cheese of choice (i.e. Gouda, asiago, tosca, cheddar)
- Cucumbers, green olives, or cornichons
- Prosciutto (one 3-5 oz. pack)
Garnish & Crunch:
- Nuts (walnuts, pecans, or nut of choice)
- Round dinner plate
- Cutting board, knife
Suggested Watercolor Supply List:
Any watercolor paint supplies you have laying around will work just fine! For a more detailed supply list, please email firstname.lastname@example.org.
· Paper - cold pressed watercolor paper (Any size will do, and make sure to have a few xtra pieces handy)
· Brushes - small and/or medium round brushes Sizes 0, 2, 4 are great options)
· Paint - watercolor paint (Any palette or paint tubes that include red, yellow, blue, and green)
· Something to mix paint on - paint palette or aluminum foil
· Clean cup of water
· Paper towel