New Boards Made The Last Month

Michael's-Woodcraft-Walnut-rectangle-cutting-board

Above: Black Walnut Board

I thought I would post today a few of the boards that I have made this month. There were a few more that I made but did not get a picture of them!

Ambrosia-Maple-Walnut-and-Cherry-cutting-board

 

Above: Ambrosia Maple, Cherry and Black Walnut

This one is 14 inch in diameter and has a lot of different grain character and colors, it’s stunning!

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Above: Black Walnut and Maple

Customer wanted a long board to place beside her range, 22 inches long and 6-1/2 inches wide.

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Above: Black Walnut and Maple end grain cutting board

Rachel was looking for a unique board that could take lot of use. See her picture below!

Walnut-and-Maple-end-grain-cutting-board

The above photo was taken by Rachel, she is a wonderful cook, check out her Instagram page, @5280Meat

 

Walnut-rectangle-cutting-board

Above: Black Walnut board with handle.

Check out Trina’s picture below of this board, round board and ice cream scoop! Trina is a wonderful cook, check out her Instagram page, @Paleo_Newbie_Recipes

Michael's-Woodcraft-cutting-boards-ice-cream-scoops

 

My Wood Conditioner is homemade combining a mixture of food-grade mineral oil and pure food grade beeswax. It will help you maintain the finish on your boards, reviving, condition and help protect your boards from moisture and drying out.

Enjoy your afternoon!

After months of hard work and dedication, my NEW website is live!! I would love it if you would go take a look, here is the link:  MichaelsWoodcrafts

www.MichaelsWoodcrafts.com

Purchasing my work is Simple, click the above image or the SHOP NOW button below to be directed to my website.

 

 

 

 

22 thoughts on “New Boards Made The Last Month

  1. Very nice! Do you sell your wood conditioner separately? Although I’ve not ever placed an order (since my husband is also a woodworker and has made items like this in the past), it would be nice to have that around for my cutting boards.

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