Mason Cash – In the Forest boards – giveaway

If anything makes Christmas complete it’s got to be the food. I love preparing all sorts of delicious treats for family and friends as they visit our home and as the “hostess with the mostest” I love to make sure there’s lots of festive details. These wooden boards caught my eye as I browsed through magazines for new bits and pieces for my kitchen and I instantly imagined presenting all sorts on these boards.

The detail on the board

These serving boards from the In the Forest range at Mason Cash are ideal, and I love these because the detail isn’t too festive so it means these boards can be used throughout the year. I like to pop mine up on the kitchen side so that they add a decorative touch even when not in use. I’ve used the round one for cheese and the longer one made the perfect board to place in the centre of my table for condiments.

Both of these boards have also been useful for serving cakes and there will no doubt be plenty more of these to come over the next few weeks. The bamboo boards themselves are 15mm thick and are etched with designs inspired by folk tales from the mid 19th century. I feel they really work well in my traditionally decorated kitchen but would also not look out of place in a hygge or more modern style, especially throughout December. The long board is 450mm x 160 mum and the round board comes in at 320mm in diameter.

I’m delighted to be able to share one of each of these boards with you as festive prizes in my Amazing Advent giveaway for two lucky readers. Tap below to enter.

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Giveaway closes on 11th December

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