My husband and I have always had a slight obsession with old wood.
He loves to work with wood and I love to add vintage charm to our home – so it is really a match made in heaven.
He has collected quite the pile of old and aged wood and we wanted to be able to do something with it we both would love.
We ended up making 10 antique cutting boards, each a different size and variety.
They have all the charm of old cutting boards that have made it through centuries of use and love.
We loved them so much we thought we would share not only the instructions for making an “antique” cutting board, but also the 10 printable patterns we used to cut the shapes of these boards you see pictured.
They are each so unique and beautiful, you’ll have plenty of patterns to choose from!
I’ve broken this up by providing the tutorial for “How to Make an Antique Cutting Board” on a separate post.
But stay right here to choose your shape, print it out – and then go and learn how to make your cutting board.
Here is a fun grid to show the different shapes I have available for you. Be sure to save it on your pinterest boards so you can always come back for more!
I have to let you in on my favorite shapes, which are the 5 you see below.
All credit must really go to my husband. He sketched them out on paper for me, using only his imagination for some and inspiration online for others.
They are all absolutely charming. You’ll be able to print them on standard US 8.5 x 11 paper. These patterns will make fairly medium size handheld boards. You could always consider printing them smaller with your printer settings, or having them enlarged at a copy shop.
Or simply use the shapes as a guide to freehand sketch your own pattern to the size of board you want.
I just ask that you remember that these are provided to you free and are for personal use ONLY.
Click on each image to print, save, or download your select pattern.
Thank you for being here and I hope you get a chance to create your own unique and antique cutting board!
I’d also loooooooove to know which shape of the 10 is your favorite!
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