Well....I didn't really make the board but my project wasn't much above that.
My daughter needs a shelf over her washer and dryer in the laundry room of her rental house. So, of course, Daddy offered to make her one.
Even with all the chunks, hunks, bits and scraps of wood I have around the house, I didn't have a single shelf suitable board. Not even scrap OSB or old plywood. Oh, well. So I took the tin mule over to Lowe's and bought an 8' piece of 1"X10" pine for $8.50. Buncha knots but I expected that. What I didn't expect was just how open grained and ultra-soft it was going to be. Put an ogee on with my shaper. Going with grain was OK but the ends just fuzzed up sumptin' fierce. But the big surprise came when I tried painting it. Using rattle can white paint it soaked in like I was painting a sponge.
If the end use was anything more glamorous than a laundry room shelf I would have scraped the whole thing and bought different wood even at more money.
Well, I ended up with a sorta painted board that didn't want to sand smooth and feels like it. I signed it with Vaughn's name and will hang next week.
And, for those who demand pics, attached is a pic of a board.