Hi, Wren Fans!
I’m Emma of EMMASTHING.com. I’ve been oversharing on my blog for 10 years now, taking my readers along my journey of love, life, and the pursuit of not collapsing on site from a self-induced anxiety attack. Fun times.
2020 has been a wild year, to say the least. In addition to getting used to doing literally everything from home, I also parted ways with corporate America to pursue my lifelong dream of being a full-time freelance writer. So now I’m running my business, working out, sleeping, eating, and drinking within the same four walls every day. The isolation has driven me to get creative with my own meals, and the very small and very safe gatherings I’ve had here in 2020, and I’m so proud to report I’ve mastered the self-made charcuterie board thanks to Wren’s stunning Teak Boary
This cutting board is impressive on its own, but dress it up with meats, cheeses, fruits, and spreads and I’m not sure I’ve ever seen a prettier sight. One of my absolute favorite accounts to follow is @cheesebynumbers—it’s so clever and helps walk you through crafting a perfect charcuterie board with your own two hands. Sometimes I follow their charcuterie picks, but mostly I use their layouts for inspiration and snacks I know my company will love!
This particular board was created with:
3 blood oranges
A sprinkling of blueberries
A fig spread
Not to toot my own horn, but I’m pretty sure this gorgeous board with its gorgeous spread epitomizes “Almost too pretty to eat!” We ate it all, though. Treat yourself or a deserving someone in your life to this stunning board to up your charcuterie board, and use code EMMASTHING20 to get 20% off!
Read more of Emma's Thing here.
We know how much you love your WREN Home board, so we want you to keep it forever! In order to do that, you have to take proper care of wooden cutting boards. It’s not a lot of work, and you don’t have to do this daily or even weekly! About once every three weeks, take some time to care for your WREN cutting board.