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  1. Live Edge Curly Maple Bread Board

    Made of live edge Curly Maple with a subtle Ebony accent strip which highlights the separation between upper and lower levels of this bread board. The unique live edge features are in perfect harmony with the gentle curves of the maple grain and curves of the front edges of the board...
  2. Bread and Oil Boards

    Here's another batch of bread and oil boards that I've made. They measure 18" x 5" and have small recesses cut out under the bowls. Many species of wood were used. Referencing the second picture (L-R), the line up goes: cherry/maple; maple/makore; maple/padauk; and walnut/maple/padauk. Had a lot...
  3. Boards for fundraiser

    Made these items for a silent auction fundraiser for a co-worker. Her husband was diagnosed with a very serious illness. pic #2 - 17.5" x 12" cutting board from Walnut, Hard Maple and Purpleheart pic #3 & 4 - Bread & Oil board from Walnut and Maple with Maple accent stripe. Handles are...
  4. Cutting Board - with a Message

    Finally made my first cutting board. Not as easy as I thought it would be. I wanted to do something unique so I made the board with a message. I need to find an easier way to cut and assemble the pieces. Woods: Yellowheart, cherry, maple, and walnut. Measures 14" x 8" Let me know if find the...
  5. Cheese boards (spalm style)

    I've seen several people post these after spalm's original post and they looked like a fun and relatively easy project. These are cherry and walnut and I Really like how they turned out. The arc pattern was done similar to his original, though I thought I'd alternate stripes of alternating...
  6. Football cheese and cracker board

    Just completed this cheese and cracker board. Made from Cherry and hard maple. It's about 8 1/2 by 14. I modified my design to rout out areas for the cheese and crackers to go. You don't have to do this but I think it's better. I sell these for 45.00
  7. Christmas Cheese slicers

    Amazingly I thought ahead and ordered cheese slicers in the summer thinking this could make christmas easier. Got them done a week ago there abouts and am sending them out. I haven't tried them yet but I am assuming they work. Palletwood
  8. Anchor cheese and cracker board

    Hi all. Was able to get some new products done. You can also see my other products on my facebook site Maple Hill Woodworking. An anchor cheese and cracker board made from cherry. Cost for this item is 45.00 and measures about 18×14.
  9. Insert cheese and cracker board

    Hi all. Was able to get some new products done. You can also see my other products on my facebook site Maple Hill Woodworking. The straight cheese and cracker boards I decided to put an insert in the middle all the way across and then my wife said try it with going 2/3 thirds of the way...
  10. Candy cane cheese and cracker board

    This is a project I wanted to do last year but did not have time. It's about 3/4 inch thick and 12 inches long and 9 inches wide. Made from Purple Heart stripes and maple.
  11. Charcuterie board with corks

    Thomas Edison, rumor has it, once said this when asked about failure: " I have not failed. I've just found 10,000 ways that won't work." Well, I might not have learned 10,000 ways that won't work, but I certainly learned a pile of "don't do that again." I also learned there are two types of...
  12. Nantucket Charcuterie Board

    Had a customer look at one my smaller cheese and cracker boards of Nantucket, which will I post once the oil dries, ask me to make a HUGE charcuterie board of Nantucket. Well here it is. It's about 30 inches wide and about 24 inches tall at highest point. It's just under an inch thick. Made...
  13. Another Charcuterie Board

    So, I inherited this wood from my brother-in-law a few years ago; there were three boards. This is the last of the walnut. Lord knows how long he had them. I assume for a long time because I noted the price on the packaging shows it costed $15.50. Each board was about the same size...
  14. Canada Flag Cutting Board

    I was asked last year to make a '''flag '' cutting/serving board. This was to be a gift to some sensible people who winter in Mexico, to remind them of Home. I wanted to keep all the material from Canada, so after some searching I was able to find some Maple that had a great red coulor to it. So...
  15. Cheese slicing boards for the craft shows

    I finally put together a batch of these after having gotten the supplies last year. I purposefully kept them very simple. Half made with a solid piece with what I think is a vibrant grain pattern. The other half are laminations with scraps and other shorts. Made from Red Oak, White Oak, Maple...
  16. Taylor Cut-Away Guitar Cheese Board

    A gift for a friend, body is Hawaiian koa (imported by - ME) with a wenge neck and an ebony sound-hole. I tried several times to bend wood to fill the space around the ebony, but failed several times. Sanded to 400-grit and then finished with mineral oil and beeswax. A fun project!
  17. Cheese serving tray

    Recycled a piece of hardwood from under a lift of flooring (so the forklift can get under) and a scrap of walnut. I played with the grain direction to create a diamond with the tools block is. Sanded to 400 grit and finished with 4 coats of mineral oil. This was a gift for a friend and was very...
  18. cheeeeese knives

    I bought these cheese knive sets down at the sydney timber and working with wood show about 1 month ago and my mum chose out the timber. The handles are padauk. I know there not both quite the same but mum can't tell :P I didn't have any trouble with the dust, does anybody else? finished with...
  19. Guitar board

    My first Lumberjocks project post. Guitar board for my cousin's wedding this last weekend. Body is maple, hickory, purpleheart, walnut, cherry. Strings are padauk and maple, solid center mahogany. Thanks for looking. Edit: I forgot to mention that I got the idea for the middle section from...
  20. Walnut cheese and cracker servers

    Here are some cheese and cracker servers made of walnut. I made a few of these from the woodsmith magazine last year for Christmas presents. The magazine versions were cherry and maple. I made a couple with a walnut board instead of maple and then everyone wanted the walnut. I had three leftover...
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