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  1. Projects Scrap wood charcuterie boards

    Made some last-minute charcuterie boards for Christmas gifts. As luck would have it, our annual family cooking competition is "boards" this year. Now everyone can still get style and presentation points even if their cooking stinks :LOL:. Me? I'm making a S'more-gas-board. Wish me luck...
  2. Projects Honeycomb Charcuterie board

    I've always wanted to make an epoxy & wood honeycomb serving board so I finally did! But of course I had to take it a step further and make it luminescent. Bring on the dinner parties!! I first batched out about 50 hexagons using my homemade hexagon cutting jig. I build a mold and laid them out...
  3. Bent Lamination Cutting Board

    Hey, guys! I tried my hand at bent lamination and made a curved cutting board with 49 layers out of walnut, mahogany, and cherry. If you haven't tried bent lamination, it's really fun! If you're interested you can see the whole process with a video over at my website...
  4. 4 Holiday Gifts Ideas You can Make

    With all of us spending more time at home this year, I find myself spending time in the kitchen and cooking more than ever before. That why I decided to dedicate this year's DIY-holiday-gifts-you-can-make-out-of-wood edition to gifts for the kitchen. I made everything out of scraps of Ash wood...
  5. Honey locust live edge cutting board

    I made this for a customer. He wanted a live edge burly looking thick cutting board. It was a wedding gift. What do you all think. Any tips? Be brutally honest. Thanks to you all.
  6. Live Edge Charcuterie Board (With Handles)

    I made this live edge charcuterie board from walnut wood. You can use this as a serving tray too. For a how to video and free plans for this project click on Video Link: Check out my YouTube channel Rosewood59 for more projects and free plans! Check out my Website Rosewood59 for more...
  7. Charcuterie / Serving Board

    Certainly not the most difficult project but the curly maple speaks for itself. Very simple Charcuterie/serving board to make but decided to go with some exotic wood (wenge) and curly maple to make up for the simplicity of this board. Chose to finish with Odies Oil because it's food safe.
  8. charcuterie board

    My daughter likes to entertain and sets out a nice spread when she does. She mentioned that she would like to have something nicer than the plain cutting boards from the big box stores that she has now. So I went ahead and made her one. And of course being a woodworker I couldn't just let it...
  9. Live Edge Charcuterie Boards

    I had a random piece of figured maple that was 3 - 4 inches wide. I cut it into three pieces and jointed them on the Shopsmith jointer, the outside boards were jointed on only one edge, the center board board on both sides. Then I ran them through the porter cable planer. After verifying the...
  10. Epoxy and Mahogany Charcuterie Board

    Charcuterie board made of epoxy and African mahogany. I have a template of the board so I can lay out a what I want to cut to fit in the mold and then rough cut it with the bandsaw before using a pattern bit to do the final trimming. Epoxy took 3 days to cure and then multiple passes through the...
  11. Epoxy and Olivewood Charcuterie Board

    Made using a live edge slab of olivewood that I split down the middle with the bandsaw before clamping in the mold. I tried pouring two different colors of epoxy (golden labradorite and battleship grey). The initial swirling looked really nice but as the epoxy settles and cured, the grey settled...
  12. Meat Cleaver charcuterie board (Halloween theme)

    I was working on a kitchen counter with a large piece of black walnut live edge, and ended up with a short cut-off piece. I kept looking at it, but could not decide what to do with it, and came up with this idea. One of my grown kids is crazy about Halloween and they have this huge party every...
  13. Charcuterie Board

    Epoxy and wood charcuterie board. Wood came from the woodcraft bargain bin so not sure the exact species. A number of air bubbles found after planing it smooth requiring a lot of touch up with CA glue and then more sanding. I also used some CA glue on the wood where I could see it pulling up and...
  14. End Grain Cheese Slicer

    My first venture into end graining. After grabbing some white oak sticks from the burn box and gluing up a small board, I decided to try the cheese slicing hardware referenced on other projects. Rather than cut the board down to the typical size, I did a plunge cut with a 1/8" router bit using a...
  15. Black Walnut Handle on a “Chaos” End Grain Cutting Board w/ Hidden Magnets for your Knives

    New take on the classic end grain cutting board..whatcha think? Board is made of Zebrawood, Purple Heart, yellow heart, hard maple, cherry, wenge, black walnut, and padauk..Handle is live edge black walnut. The hidden magnets are at the base of the handle near the grip. They are great for...
  16. A friend really wanted a nice Charcuterie board, so I made her one.

    Becky wanted 2 things, pretty, and she wanted a hole in the handle, I got home and gather some of those extra "one day boards" and here it is. I just love figured Maple, and the slivers of Cherry are great in this configuration, it's not a cutting board, just for Charcuterie board. Best part I...
  17. Charcuterie board and Cutting board

    My friend who got me in to to my Grilla Grill (even though he has a Yoder) wanted a big ass cutting board for briskets and stuff. Originally, this board was going to be 18×24x1.75, but I had a blowout while routing the juice groove thanks to a knot. after cutting out the groove, the board is...
  18. Charcuterie Board

    I normally wouldn't post something so simple but the chatoyance was just to good not to share. Wood is Curly/Ambrosia Maple with Wenge breadboard ends. The ends were left 1/4" thicker to lift main board from table top. I also put a rabbit joint in the ends to increase glue surface.
  19. Charcuterie

    Board - sapele and maple. Inlays - cherry, padauk, walnut. I had fun trying to finish using shellac. Sapele have big pores while maple does not. almost two weeks of frustration (even tried French polishing - unsuccessful due to luck of patience). End up sanding down to bare wood (shellac appears...
  20. Charcuterie Board

    I made this natural edge mesquite charcuterie board for the same next weekend to see if there is still a market for them. It is 1" x 12" x 19 3/4" and finished with Danish Oil and then polished with Walrus oil and wax. I put a little turquoise inlay in the crack that was under the bark...
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