We’re counting down the days until our guest arrive, and this year we’re working on kicking up our traditional platters and plates for them. Even before the big holiday meal, we like to have appetizers out for friends and family to enjoy, and over the years they haven’t changed at all – but it’s time to add some fun and color to the table and the food platters. This year our cheese and cracker platters and our sweets with have a bit of a festive kick with some candy cane striped spreader knives – that everyone loves already.
French Bull sent us a 4 pack of their Candy Cane Striped Spreader Knives, an affordable and cute way to kick up the color in your holiday spread. The spreader knives set has four festive spreaders, a gift tag and even a Christmas ornament for the low price of $7.99. This makes them perfect for hostess gifts, stocking stuffers or a little treat for yourself. While their prices are low – they are versatile and sturdy being created out of eco-friendly formaldehyde free melamine and are dishwasher safe. The spreader knives are scratch and shatter resistant, non-absorbent, bpa-free, heat resistant up to 356 degrees and have large over sized handles making them easy to grip.
The candy cane stripes on the French Bull Spreader Knives are perfect for dressing your holiday table and appetizer boards. But can be used year round. I’m a huge fan of the color red, so the red and white stripes can go with several of the plates and bowls we have around the house already. The colors are fun, funky and will a great addition to our holiday spreads as well as Valentine’s plates in a couple months. Probably my favorite part about the spreader knives is there are no sharp edges, so they’re safe for any of our guests to use – and wont hurt if they lick their favorite spread off of the knife.
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