Walnut Cutting Boards
Walnut Cutting Boards
Walnut Cutting Boards
Walnut Cutting Boards
Walnut Cutting Boards
Walnut Cutting Boards
Walnut Cutting Boards
Walnut Cutting Boards
Walnut Cutting Boards
Walnut Cutting Boards
Walnut Cutting Boards
Walnut Cutting Boards
Walnut Cutting Boards
Walnut Cutting Boards
Walnut Cutting Boards
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Walnut Cutting Boards

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These impressive blank wooden walnut boards are perfect pieces for creating a timeless charcuterie, serving, or cutting board. While these .75" walnut boards can hold up to everyday kitchen use, they can also be used to display and enhance the colors of a beautiful charcuterie array. Their raw espresso color is richly deepened once oiled, resulting in lovely hickory-umber hues and pronounced grain features. The walnut squares can be woodburned, painted, embellished, decoupaged, carved, or used for any other DIY craft project! They’re already prepped, sanded, smoothed, and ready for immediate crafting. 

Walnut Cutting Board #1

  • Approx. 9" X 11" X .75"
  • Center thumbhole
  • Rounded edges

Walnut Cutting Board #2

  • Approx. 9" X 11" X .75"
  • Center thumbhole
  • Rounded edges

Walnut Cutting Board #3

  • Approx. 9" X 11" X .75"
  • Corner thumbhole
  • Rounded edges

Walnut Cutting Board #4

  • Approx. 9" X 11" X .75"
  • No thumbhole
  • Straight edges

Walnut Cutting Board #5

  • Approx. 9" X 11" X .75"
  • No thumbhole
  • Straight edges

  

 

A Note About Us:

We are not a large supply company and do not batch out our wood pieces in mass quantities on large equipment. We are a very small little business- just David and Renee- and operate out of David's grandmother's basement and our own house. Each and every piece is measured by hand, cut by hand, processed by hand, sanded by hand, and double-checked for perfection by hand. We use a variety of hand tools, like chisels and hand planes, and power tools, like a lathe and orbital sander, to process our wood and create beautiful things. All of the Burnables are sanded smooth and ready for immediate burning! You don't need to do anything to the wood in order to begin burning on it unless you want to sand the pieces to an even smoother grit.

A Note About Our Wood:

You could occasionally expect some imperfections in the wood and bark. Irregularities and defects are the nature of wood. This could include minor bug damage, minor spalting, irregularities in sapwood, flaky bark, and other quirky things that wood does. Usually, the descriptions will contain notes about any imperfections we notice. While we try our best to work around the irregularities or fix the irregularities, some pieces still contain them. This is just the way of the wood! 

Note: We are not a large supply company and do not batch out our wood pieces in mass quantities on large equipment. We are a very small little business- just David and Renee- and operate out of David's grandmother's basement and our own house. Each and every piece is measured by hand, cut by hand, processed by hand, sanded by hand, and double-checked for perfection by hand. 

Expect some imperfections in the wood and bark. Irregularities and defects are the nature of wood. While we tried our best to work around the irregularities or fix the irregularities, some pieces still contain them. This is just the way of the wood!