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Epic 8' Antipasto Platter - how to and tips for assembling one

Jan 4 How to Put Together An Epic 8' Antipasto Board

Epic 8' Antipasto Platter - how to and tips for assembling one

Love how the blue picks up the water color in the background.

My dream house: Assembly required (33 photos)

Love how the blue picks up the water color in the background.

Jardín Botánico Lasercut madera diario del desierto por Cardtorial

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Few things are more low-maintenance than a tapas board, a selection of light snacks or appetizers arranged on a platter. But it's not as simple as just throwing a bunch of stuff on a piece of wood. Health guru and #fitspo queen Lorna Jane Clarkson shows us the art of assembling the perfect one.

How to Build the Ultimate Tapas Board

Few things are more low-maintenance than a tapas board, a selection of light snacks or appetizers arranged on a platter. But it's not as simple as just throwing a bunch of stuff on a piece of wood. Health guru and #fitspo queen Lorna Jane Clarkson shows us the art of assembling the perfect one.

Love is like wildflowers, its often found in the most unlikely places - Ralph Waldo Emerson   Product Details - Beautiful handcrafted / assembled wood cover journal - 5.25x 7.25 Cover (5x7 Pages) - 80 blank sheets // 160 pages (24lb. paper) - Cover is Laser cut on certified, sustainable wood (1/8 thick) - Back cover is navy vinyl - Designed and crafted in Southern California

Love is like wildflowers, its often found in the most unlikely places - Ralph Waldo Emerson Product Details - Beautiful handcrafted / assembled wood cover journal - 5.25x 7.25 Cover (5x7 Pages) - 80 blank sheets // 160 pages (24lb. paper) - Cover is Laser cut on certified, sustainable wood (1/8 thick) - Back cover is navy vinyl - Designed and crafted in Southern California

Few things are more low-maintenance than a tapas board, a selection of light snacks or appetizers arranged on a platter. But it's not as simple as just throwing a bunch of stuff on a piece of wood. Thanks to health guru and #fitspo queen Lorna Jane Clarkson, we now know the art of assembling the perfect one.

How to Build the Ultimate Tapas Board

Few things are more low-maintenance than a tapas board, a selection of light snacks or appetizers arranged on a platter. But it's not as simple as just throwing a bunch of stuff on a piece of wood. Thanks to health guru and #fitspo queen Lorna Jane Clarkson, we now know the art of assembling the perfect one.

The Eco Ladderback Barstool by SeatingExpert is made out of solid European beech wood, it is assembled with mortise and tenon construction and metal reinforcements for added durability.

The Eco Ladderback Barstool by SeatingExpert is made out of solid European beech wood, it is assembled with mortise and tenon construction and metal reinforcements for added durability.

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Appetizers - Click image to find more Food & Drink Pinterest pins

Left to right: Ceremonial royal indigo dyed robe. Bamiléké people, Western Grassfields, Cameroon. Mid-20th century. Cotton [SST 631]    Painted tapa headdress-mask stretched across wood frame. Baining people, East New Britain, Papua New Guinea. Early 20th century. Tree inner bark, black and red pigments, cord, wood (bamboo?) [SST 593]    Painted tapa panel. Tonga? Papua New Guinea. 20th century. Tree inner bark, black and red-brown pigmen

Left to right: Ceremonial royal indigo dyed robe. Bamiléké people, Western Grassfields, Cameroon. Mid-20th century. Cotton [SST 631] Painted tapa headdress-mask stretched across wood frame. Baining people, East New Britain, Papua New Guinea. Early 20th century. Tree inner bark, black and red pigments, cord, wood (bamboo?) [SST 593] Painted tapa panel. Tonga? Papua New Guinea. 20th century. Tree inner bark, black and red-brown pigmen

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