Whether you’re cooking a meal or hosting a party, cutting boards are a fun way to showcase your personality. Share your design with us! Need some inspiration?
You can use outside tools (planer, table saw, etc.), but part of your project must be made on X-Carve or Carvey. We recommend using food-safe materials like hardwoods or HDPE. Click here for the official rules.Submit Entry
by Mo Stych
I designed this cutting board with an almond-shaped dish for my favorite munchy snack...in case I get hungry doing all that food prep!
by Michael Fischer
I wanted to make a cutting board that could be neither right side up or upside down.
by Sam Scheer
Here’s a fun Libby Montana Love cutting board in bamboo and padauk. It looks awesome after being sanded, wiped down, and oiled up.
by Tim Walsh
Chicago Flag Cutting Board. End grain maple, cherry and walnut.
by Christoph Stieler
4 Colour Italian bamboo cutting board. Fullfilled with ArtResin epoxy-resin, colored with Wilton food color, and sealed with 3 layers TopOil
by Nathaniel Kingsbury
Inspired by the new season starting I decided to make a little cutting board!
by Alex Berger
by Brandon Hall
Made for a Friend in the Navy Seabees. Done with Purple Heart and Yellow Heart inlay
by Fred Delisio
Aprox. 18"x28" walnut cutting board. Beeswax/mineral oil finish.
by Tyler Bennett
Bamboo Cutting Board with Tinted Epoxy Inlay. Approx. 14" x 10" From the White House to your House :-)
This design comes directly out of the Icons in Easel. I've used High Gloss Art Resin brand clear epoxy colored with Acrylic paint.
by Jacob Pompa
by Travis Taylor
by Jeremy Wright
Maple cutting/cheese boards with walnut and mahogany inlays. Made from the downloadable design here, but slightly modified to my liking.
by Lane Hart
End Grain Hickory and Walnut cutting board with Finger/Hanging hole and overall shape cut out on x-carve.