Flowcuteries: A Fun and Easy Snack Idea for Friendsgiving

Charcuterie board with a twist

The flowcuteries snack idea for Friendsgiving was birthed from another spin on the charcuterie board that I previously made. I’ll share that idea soon, so be sure to subscribe to my site or check it out when that post drops in your email.

BecauseI’m a creator, I love finding new or unique ways to create or recreate items. If I don’t already have a vision in my head, I’ll search Pinterest or run a Google search for inspiration. For this product I just took a little time to brainstorm, and as a result, the flowcuterie was born!

A versatile vase full of goodies

I made these solely for the purpose of creating content and trying something different, but I know these flowcuteries would be a hit. C’mon now, it’s a charcuterie board blooming out of a vase. Although it’s fun and cute, afterwards the vase can be washed and used for another purpose later. You know how we women can get about the cutest details, and to be able to repurpose this is a bonus. Trust me, this arrangement would be the star of your event.

An easy snack idea for Friendsgiving or any event

You can make these to put out and allow your friends to share, unless you’d prefer to create one for each individual to snack on upon arrival or take as a parting gift. Nonetheless, your guests will enjoy. Although this treat was originally created for Friendsgiving, it’s not limited to one type of event. If you’re having a girlfriends’ picnic, a baby or bridal shower, or a gathering just because, this would be a great treat!

So fresh and cute!

Flowcuteries commercial and BTS videos

Y’all I didn’t just get creative with this design, I put in the time to create a whole commercial for it! Walmart has yet to reach out and tell me they want to include it in their next holiday campaign. I’m patiently waiting, lol, but I’m super proud of the entire production regardless if they never notice. I wrote the piece and created the storyboard to give direction for shooting day. However, it couldn’t have come together without my amazing videographer, editor, and FIIIIINE hubby, Mr. Ejuan Bowman. He is the owner and sole operator of Eb3 Media. Make sure y’all check out his work, and hire him for you next wedding, conference, or any special event. You won’t be disappointed! Since Ejuan is a busy guy he’s not a fan of my free content ideas, but he eventually finds some time to support them anyway.

Check out the final edited video and some BTS footage I captured of him below. Then help me get this post out to the world wide web until it reaches the right people at Walmart. Share it with your friends, post it on your socials, and please tag Walmart!

Are there any other ingredients you would use in your flowcuteries treat?

Until next time, I’ll leave you with this. Don’t let the overall design intimidate you. This was a very easy treat to make. It can be time consuming with all of the details, but it’s really simple. Check out the time lapse video below, look over the ingredients list and let me know how you’d make your treat. Would you switch any of the items? Should you decide to make it, please share with me. You can find me on Instagram, Facebook and TikTok as hangwithladyb

Thanks for hanging out with me!

Flowcuteries supplies and ingredients (All items purchased at Walmart):
  • Cylinder vase
  • Wax paper
  • Peanuts
  • Pretzels
  • Whoppers or chocolate of choice
  • Floral styrofoam
  • Romaine lettuce or fresh kale
  • Large toothpicks
  • Mini watermelons or cantaloupe
  • Pineapple
  • Pepperoni slices or small sliced meats
  • Small sliced or cube cheeses
  • Strawberries
  • Grapes
  • Croissant bread
  • Rosemary
  • Burlap ribbon
  • Burlap bow
  • Plastic wrap (to cover the food before adding into shrink wrap)

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