Turning Scraps Into End Grain Cutting Boards

December 14, 2014

A few times every year, I go through all my scrap wood and make end grain cutting boards.  I organize the wood that I want to use into groups depending on length.  I can then clean up and glue the strips together into blanks.  I make all my blanks the same width so I can mix and match to get a very random look.  What I love about this is that all the pieces that make up the cutting boards came from other projects.  The cutting boards become a reminder of all the projects that went into them.

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3/4″ Round Nose Bit: http://amzn.to/1CP0RbR [Affiliate Link]
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  • William says:

    Can you clarify one thing. Are these cutting board both end grain and face/edge grain? Or did you use only end grain for the cutting board.

    • These are solely end grain