DIY Ambrosia Maple Charcuterie Boards

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Live Edge DIY Ambrosia Maple Slabs

These live edge ambrosia maple slabs have been kiln dried, flattened, debarked and sanded to 80 grit. These slabs are very DIY friendly and require minimal sanding before applying a finish of your choice.

All slabs are planed to 80% to maintain maximum thickness. Some rough area's may require a bit more sanding. One side of the slab is always planed 100%

We recommend Walrus Oil- Cutting Board Oil for these boards.

The pictures are not the exact slabs that you will receive but they do represent an example of what you can expect to receive. 

We've personally gone through all the slabs to ensure that everything being shipped is up to our standards.

SIZE:

Lengths Available: 24" and 36" long

Widths Available: 6"-12" 

Thickness: 5/8" - 1" thick.

Quantities Available: 1, 3, 5 and 10

Potential Uses:

Wedding Centre Pieces

Charcuterie Boards

Serving Boards

Wall Art

DIY Projects

Customer Reviews

Based on 15 reviews
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Elizabeth Blameuser (Saint Augustine, US)
Beautiful piece of wood!

Quality wood pieces and so many varieties to choose from! This is a great company and I bought several pieces from Jeff, can’t go wrong!

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Richard Elliott (Calhoun, US)

DIY Ambrosia Maple Charcuterie Boards

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Bob Cote’ (Miramar Beach, US)
Ready set Go

Love your boards ready to go put in your mold and mix up some epoxy to create some beautiful serving boards!

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Noah Bushaw (Saint Clair Shores, US)

Good product

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Miles Duncanson (Las Vegas, US)
Great pieces of wood

Used to make charcuterie boards so not a big deal since it was going through a planer but they where a little cupped.

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Customer Reviews

Based on 15 reviews
80%
(12)
13%
(2)
7%
(1)
0%
(0)
0%
(0)
E
Elizabeth Blameuser (Saint Augustine, US)
Beautiful piece of wood!

Quality wood pieces and so many varieties to choose from! This is a great company and I bought several pieces from Jeff, can’t go wrong!

R
Richard Elliott (Calhoun, US)

DIY Ambrosia Maple Charcuterie Boards

B
Bob Cote’ (Miramar Beach, US)
Ready set Go

Love your boards ready to go put in your mold and mix up some epoxy to create some beautiful serving boards!

N
Noah Bushaw (Saint Clair Shores, US)

Good product

M
Miles Duncanson (Las Vegas, US)
Great pieces of wood

Used to make charcuterie boards so not a big deal since it was going through a planer but they where a little cupped.