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  1. Cheese and cracker boards

    Three more cheese and cracker boards that my wife helped design for my next show. We really like the maple and Purple Heart contrasting colors If interested in purchasing send me a private message tks
  2. Quick cheese boards

    We had a "Secret Santa" gift exchange at the office, so I decided to make a quick and simple cheese/serving board from the cutoff bin. We also needed a little something extra for a gift bag we gave to "Snow Plow Neighbor" who so thoughtfully clears our driveway, so I just made the glue up a bit...
  3. Texas Pecan Baguette and Cheese Cutting Board Set

    Texas Pecan Baguette and Cheese Cutting Board Set Here are some cutting boards made over the holidays from none other then Texas Pecan, They are soaked and finished with natural food safe mineral oils. I handcut 1/4 inch Buckskin for the hanging strap and riveted the leather with a Turqouise rivet.
  4. This years high volume lower profit boards

    These are my less expensive boards for my first show in August. I usually make about 35 - 40 total in 7 different styles for each show and generally sell all but a handful for $25 - $40 each. Where I make my money is they are made entirely from scraps and shorts. I'll run the both sides through...
  5. Wine carriage

    Anyone up for some wine and cheese? Had a customer send me a photo of this wine caddy in a picture and said can you make it? After some online research was able to get sizing but we decided to change up the original design which called for to have a stake where the center shaft is at so you can...
  6. Cheese and cracker boards

    Here are two cheese and cracker board designs I recently did The long one is a concept I got from wood magazine but did not like the design they did. I came up with my own, but liked their concept of the two end pieces to place the cheese. The second board I came up with out the blue and...
  7. Walnut cheese and cracker board

    Absolutely love this cheese and cracker board! This is being donated to the saint Martha fair on Nov 17 and 18 with the wine caddy that I previously posted. The only thing is the walnut is an expensive wood to work with. Made from solid walnut with hard maple accent stripes and small circle...
  8. Say Cheese for the Holidays

    I always try to make some Christmas presents in the shop so I knocked out cheese slicers for the four kids and one for the wife unit. They are all kind of a variation of a theme, and from the same piece of cherry, so this is kind of cosmic. And they were fun to build. They are about 5 3/4...
  9. Endgrain Inlay Cheese Slicer

    I needed something to try out my new homemade inlay cutter, so I made another cheese slicer. It kind of has a Southwestern flair. I had a little trouble with the darker wood chipping out. The glue seams on it are a little rougher than I want, but really not bad. The seams on the Spanish...
  10. Marblewood Cheese Slicer

    This is a cheese slicer I made as a Christmas gift. The wood is marblewood. I was originally planning to try some inlay in the piece, but the wood grain pattern seemed too beautiful to try to add anything to, so I let it stand on its own. I was inspired to make this after seeing SPalm's cheese...
  11. Homebrewed fishtail chisel

    A project made out of wood! with a metal thingie sticking out of it. I found a thick stainless cheese knife at TJMaxx for a couple bucks and it caught my eye for some reason. I traced off the desired shape and cut the waste off with a cutting disc in the foredom. I marked off where I wanted the...
  12. 1st 6 Cheese Boards

    Here are my first 6 attempts at the cheese slicing boards. woods used were mainly Maple and Walnut , with some Cherry, Purpleheart and Hickory. I came up with a good way (at least for me ) to make the cuts for the hardware. I used the sliding miter saw, with an 3/4" spacer to hold board out...
  13. cheese and cracker tray

    this is my first real attempt at making a tray. it is turned from white ash. the finish is butcher block conditioner. diameter is about 12 inches. raised area is 6 1/2 in diameter. hopefully they will sell at the show!!
  14. cheese cutting board

    this is a cheese cutting board. idea courtesy of fellow lj'er spalm. woods are ash and cherry with walnut plugs. overall size 5 3/4 x 9.
  15. Wine Barrel Head - Cheese Board

    I made some of these for Christmas gifts. I did not take pics of the others, but I used the middle of the barrel head to make a longer board with straight sides and curved ends. Some shorter boards I cut in half so that they had a square end and a curved end. The one shown uses the outer...
  16. Cheese cutting board

    Hello My cheese cutting board is finished (4 layers of mineral oil) I try to have a singular design with using two differents router bits on the bottom and the base (Picture 3 and Picture 4 ) I don't know which side I will use Comments welcome Thanks for looking
  17. 2017 Christmas gifts - Cheese Boards

    This years Christmas gifts created by the garage elves, lol. Various wood and scraps in differing patterns. Included are some plans of Ambrosia Maple. I thought they turned out well. Hoping for happy recipients cause we all need to be able to cut cheese!!!!! Merry Christmas all you awesome...
  18. cheese spread and cracker tray

    cheese spread and cracker tray turne4d from 5/4 cherry.has a 4 0z. ramekin recessed in the center to hold cheese spread. recess is about 2 inches to hold crackers
  19. Cheese Press for Christmas

    My daughter asked for a cheese press for Christmas. So I went searching on the web and found a picture of something that looks like this. It's a wooden frame with a series of pegs that allow you to move the paddle up and down and press the curds that you hope will become chese in a future time...
  20. Cheese Slicers

    Here are some Cheese Slicers that I put together. Made from some scrap Maple and Walnut i had kicking around the shop. Got the idea to make these from SPalm. He made a great tutorial here. I finished with a Butcher block wood conditoner from Home Depot. The wife used one as soon as i...
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