Want to make money woodworking? End grain cutting boards are the place to start.
They can be as simple or complex as you like (plain maple ones can go for over $100 — even upwards of $500 in some cases), and are a great way to turn a profit on very little lumber.
Once you understand the process, you’ll have no problem building them — whether to sell, to gift, or to stop your significant other from spending their entire paycheck at Williams-Sonoma.
I’m going to help you get started by laying out the basic process for making your own end grain cutting board.
This post will guide you through the order of operations and pitfalls to avoid…
So you can get to chopping up those veggies pronto.