DIY Mother’s Day Cheese Favors & Winner

May 3rd, 2010

Create a simple and tasty brunch tablescape for Mother’s Day with these little fabric wrapped cheeses as a starter. All you’ll need is some fabric, a scalloped rotary cutter, waxed linen twine and enough Mini Babybel Cheeses for everyone. Place in the center of each plate and you’ll have instant decor and a delicious appetizer to get the meal started. Serve with flat crackers, bread and apple slices.

These little favors could easily be used for a bridal shower lunch or even a casual afternoon wedding! Just find a coordinating fabric and you’ve got an easy and inexpensive favor that everyone will enjoy!

8″ Circle Template
Scalloped Rotary Cutter or Pinking Shears
Waxed Linen Twine
Mini Cheeses

Download the 8″ Circle Template and cut out along dotted line. Use the template as as a guide to cut out each of the fabric rounds and use a scalloped rotary cutter or pinking shears to create a decorative edge.

Remove the plastic wrapper from mini cheese wheels but keep the wax wrapper intact. Place two mini cheese wheels in the center of the fabric and gather fabric up and around cheese. Tie shut with a piece of string or waxed linen thread and finish off with a bow!

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16 Responses to “DIY Mother’s Day Cheese Favors & Winner”

  1. Katie P. Says:

    I love, love, love that this is a multi-layered presentation. The large cracker underneath the special little package is surely a designers touch! So sweet and charming. Thanks Kathleen!

  2. Phoebe Says:

    Where did you get the fabric? I absolutely love it!

  3. Kathleen Says:

    Hi Phobe! I found the fabric at a local sewing store in Seattle but it’s made by Windham Fabrics. Looks like they only sell to retailers but they do provide a store locator here. The fabric is called Sunbonnet Sue and comes in three adorable colors! The one I used is 29916-5. Hope that helps and good luck! Kathleen

  4. GoodDay Says:

    lovely presentations and such a sweet little treat! very pretty table and photography as well.

  5. Alexis Says:

    Beautiful! Easy and fun…perfect

  6. Alisa: a pina colada Says:

    FOR REALS!!!! Who are you? And how are you so stinkin’ talented, creative, and fabulous? I love it all! L>O>V>E!

  7. joanna goddard Says:

    these are so awesome! love.

  8. Melissa Allam Says:

    So simple and easy and you make everything look so beautiful. Great idea for Mothers Day.

  9. claire Says:

    i love this!!! what a great idea!!! i am totally going to do this one day….hopefully :)!!!

  10. Melissa Says:

    Beautiful idea, Kathleen! I love this!

    Thanks for sharing!

  11. Brigitte Says:

    I found you via Ez’s link. I am so doing this! Thanks!

  12. CMN Says:

    Simply. Brilliant!

    And I’m totally loving the home library cards too… where oh where do you get all these fabulous ideas?! I simply adore them. 🙂

    Ciao, bella!

  13. Piper Says:

    Just found you from Ez’s link. I just thought this was such a great and beautiful idea. Wow! Thanks for sharing this idea, looks easy enough even for me!

  14. chelsea Says:

    this is adorable!!!

  15. Shay Says:

    Thank you so much for this fabulous idea! I was able to use this for our Mother’s Day brunch. Mine didn’t turn out as adorable as yours, but the other moms couldn’t stop talking about how cute they were. I gave you full credit here!

  16. MforShort Says:

    These are GORGEOUS. I usually don’t get jazzed up by circle cheese but this presentation is sublime.