Maple Accent Cutting Board Kit

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Maple Accent Cutting Board Kit
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Maple Accent Cutting Board Kit

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Pair hard white maple with an accent wood of your chooice to create an attractive cutting board perfect for any kitchen. Maple can hold up to the sharpest (or dullest) knives, and whatever kitchen abuse comes its way.

This awesome cutting board kit provides more than enough wood to make one large cutting board (approx: 1.5"x12"x16") , or two smaller cutting boards (1.5"x8"x12"). You can even make a large cutting board with some side trays for serving.

Kit includes:
  • 12 pcs White Hard Maple: 1.75"x.75"x18"
  • 2 pcs Your Choice Accent Wood: 1.75"x1.75"x18"
  • 1 pcs White Hard Maple: 1.75"x1.75"x18"

Width 12-16"
Length 18"
Quantity 15 pieces total
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