Ever need to make something last minute? Or do you only get a few minutes of shop time? Here’s a super quick woodworking project for you. This cutting board looks amazing and professional, all in just a few minutes.
I used wenge and maple to create a contrasting cutting board. This looks so good it could also be used as a serving board for guests. The board is about 18” long and 9” wide. I rarely worry about dimensions. I simply go with what looks good for the project.
While I was under a time crunch, in no way did I rush to make this. I did not compromise safety to make this project quickly.
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Bosch Jig Saw:
Forrest Woodworker II Saw Blade:
Titebond III Wood Glue:
Random Orbit Sander
Butcher Block Oil:
1/8 roundover bit:
120 grit sandpaper:
180 grit sandpaper: