Build this amazing and unique grazing board or charcuterie board with scrap wood! This is a SIMPLE DIY project that you can tackle in a couple hours. Tutorial by Ana-White.com
- 1x and 2x scrap wood, a couple inches longer than your desired final width of your charcuterie board
- 1x2s to frame the outside of the charcuterie board
- 1-1/4" brad nails
- wood glue
- wood stain and polyurethane
Set your miter saw to a 30 degrees off square angle cut.
Cut scrap wood pieces with both ends parallel, both ends cut at 30 degrees off square.
The long point to short point measurement is equal to the final desired width of your charcuterie board.
Example: If you want your charcuterie board to be 16" deep, cut the boards 16" long, long point to short point measurement, both ends cut at 30 degrees off square, ends ARE parallel.
TIP: It is VERY important that all of your boards are cut to the same length. Use a stop block to cut all the pieces the same length.
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