|Project by JasonZahn||posted 12-18-2014 02:54 AM||737 views||0 times favorited||3 comments|
Here’s a very simple cherry serving board I put together for my wife out of some remnants that I had lying around.
I ended up with the center strip of inlaid walnut in between two thinner strips of curly maple.
The board measures approx 7” by 20”, and was finished with a mix of mineral oil and beeswax that I read about in a FWW article.
I cut the small hole in the top corner with a forstner bit so that the board can be hung on the wall from a peg in the kitchen.
I’m currently in the middle of refacing my existing kitchen cabinets with shaker doors and drawer fronts, and I’m also building a big pantry cabinet to go along with the existing cabinets. This board is sort of a small gift to celebrate the new (and hopefully, soon finished!) kitchen project, although I’ve found that working around small children at least triples any estimate of time to completion that I’ve figured :-)
Thanks for looking.