Hi Guiedo, is old and interesting OK?
Buy some breads, white, black, pumpernickel, rye, whole wheat, just make sure they are fairly firm in texture.
Get cream cheese, lots of cream cheese, olives (green and black or you can get the fancy ones if you like, just make sure they are fairly firm), cukes, cherry tomatoes, red bell peppers, thin slices of roast beef, smoked salmon if you wish, anchovies, some fresh herbs.
No you don't need all of them and I'm sure you can come up with better ideas on your own.
Then take a knife, a bread knife helps here, and remove the crust from the bread. Cut the bread into bite size pieces, some triangles, others square, or round if you can do it.
Then take a piece of the bread, smear with cream cheese and top with very, very thinly sliced (slivered) cuke slices and maybe top with very thinly sliced cherry tomato slices.
And then make one with cream cheese, red peppers (you can use the jarred stuff if you wish) and top with a leaf or two of the herb.
Then top one with the cheese, thin olive slices, and maybe top with a sliver of the pepper.
Or top the bread with a small bit of roast beef and top with a softened mixture of cream cheese with horse radish.
You can use other cheeses, and leave them out on some of the sandwiches.
The possibilities are endless and these can be made quickly on an assembly line basis.
You can make a very attractive plate and it is intriguing to guests because of the variety.
We would help my parents make these, oh, almost half a century ago. And we loved doing it.
And they were always a hit.
Just an idea.