|Project by Tim Pursell||posted 1953 days ago||3853 views||68 times favorited||45 comments|
After seeing all the beautifull cutting boards posted here I started to think of how I could make some boards that would tie in with the Arts and Crafts style furniture I design & build. I also do some stained glass work and live in a Chicago Bungalow built in 1921. What I ended up with were some interpretations of the stained glass often used in the Chicago Bungalows. The first few I made were beautiful, some said “too pretty to cut on”, so I made some that were only “pretty” on one side. flip “em over & cut on the “back” side! The center photo shows the “Bridgeport” , an example of my inlayed boards.