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    Shhh! Christmas gifts, Thanks Vaughn

    What's the saying? Imitation is the sincerest form of flattery? I shamelessly stole the plan for these cutting boards from Vaughn. Woods are rock maple, cherry and poplar heartwood. Finish is mineral oil. Thanks for looking.
    Victor
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    you couldnt have stole those from vaughn he is one of those spinny guys he dont do flat work
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    Those look awesome, Victor. The joints look spot on, and I like your choice of woods. Somebody's gonna be real happy this Christmas.

    Here's the knife you need to go with those cutting boards...



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    Victor, those are wonderful, you are going to make someone really happy at Christmas time
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    Awesome! Love the green poplar edging...
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    Quote Originally Posted by larry merlau View Post
    you couldnt have stole those from vaughn he is one of those spinny guys he dont do flat work
    Larry, those aren't flat...they're 3-D! All the kids are doing it these days.

    Just put these on and follow along...



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    Quote Originally Posted by Vaughn McMillan View Post
    Those look awesome, Victor. The joints look spot on, and I like your choice of woods. Somebody's gonna be real happy this Christmas.

    Here's the knife you need to go with those cutting boards...



    Is that a sarrated edge knife?

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    As others have said, "those are awesome boards!!!". Reminds me of the old Q-Bert video game.
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    man those are some fine looking boards. I love the tutorial also.

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    Super nice....

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