We teamed up with our friends at Sweet Paul Magazine to share some simple foodie DIY crafts this holiday season.  Since so many of us are home and maybe looking for some new ways to fill time, save money, or find a new festive tradition here are some of the crafts that we're trying our hand at.

'Tis the season to be cheesin' and if you're tired of cooking 24/7, throwing a little festive cheeseboard sounds like the holiday treat we all need. There aren't many rules when it comes to creating the perfect cheese board, but if you're looking for some cheeseboard suggestions or guidelines, you can checkout some of our favorite tips here.

Pair fresh and aged cheeses with In addition to your delicious Vermont Creamery cheeses, you need something sweet, like blueberries, fresh or dried figs, and honey. You also need something salty, like roasted nuts. And don’t forget your favorite crispbread or crackers. 



  • Vermont Creamery Coupole 
  • Vermont Creamery Bonne Bouche 
  • Vermont Creamery Bijou 
  • Vermont Creamery Cranberry Goat Cheese 


We have created these lovely rustic labels for you. They can be used to identify the cheeses on the cheese board, or you can even use them as gift tags. Simply download them here and print them out on card stock. You can make them bigger or smaller all depending what you are using them for.