|Project by Scott Oldre||posted 07-03-2012 11:14 PM||2687 views||6 times favorited||14 comments|
Thought I’d try some 2” End Grain Cutting boards with Ambrosia Maple and think I might do more of these. It’s all in how you roll the sticks before glueups. The others are: The darker 3 are from salvaged pallets from Lumber Liquidators…I can grab maybe 1 or 2 2.5×2.5×48” sticks every 2 months, so it’s slow gathering the wood for these, but the results are always spectacular. The pictures are terrible because I was in a hurry to get them up here before we head out for vacation. The last one is a mix of maple and salvaged brazilian cherry I think, again, something from the LumLiq. As always I turn unique feet for my cutting boards because I think it sets them apart and they’re more versatile in the kitchen for displaying things, which is what my wife uses them for.
Hope you like them. The Bunny one has soooo many different things that you can see in it. Some evil bunny’s some butterflies, some robotic bunnies and bunnies with chopped ears..too close to the knife I guess.
-- Scott, Irmo SC