Hawaii Mom Blog: james + honor Grazing Boxes




December 21, 2020

james + honor Grazing Boxes

My friend Sera makes the most Pinterest- / IG-worthy crafts, party favors, grazing boards, and more.  The goodie bags and decor she creates for her kids' parties, along with the grazing boards she makes for her get-togethers, are just the cutest!

When I found out she was making grazing boards for sale at james + honor, I was so excited!

I ordered the following:

Little Lovie

The Little Lovie is just $10 and comes with a juice pouch.  This tray came with so many goodies - salami, cheese, fruit kabobs, yogurt dip, crackers, and lots and lots of sweet treats!  I would even want it for myself!

Pinkies Up Ladies
The Pinkies Up Ladies box came with meats, cheeses, nuts, fruits, olives, cucumber slices, and crackers.  What a box!  There were so many yummy things to dive into.  This would be perfect for the next time I can get together with my friends!  Just add wine!

Who's Your Daddy

The Who's Your Daddy box was filled with meats, jerky, olives, nuts, pickles, and pretzels.  This would be a great box for guys (or gals!) to graze on while watching a game.  

Follow https://www.instagram.com/james_and_honor/ for information on the next order.  Sera makes just limited boxes, but you can tell how much thought and care goes into each one!


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