Remember those videos I shot of the end-grain cutting boards project a few months ago? Yeah, they went down really well and, what’s more, they seem to be experiencing continual growth on a gradual basis. One was a gift to my mother and the other two of the larger ones still remain unused in one of my kitchen cupboards – I’ve found that the smallest square (not rectangular) size actually suits me very well for sandwich-making and for the buttering of toast.
And then, only two-weeks ago, I noticed this:
Continue reading “A Cracking Discovery…”
Video no.2 in this three-part series on making end-grain cutting boards is now available to view both here and over on YouTube.
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Part 3 isn’t too far away and, who knows, you may even hear my voice! 😀
Thanks for watching. Hope you’re enjoying this. More to come!
It’s been almost a month since my last update on this topic so, without further ado, here is a series of finished photographs I took earlier this afternoon. They’ve also been doctored slightly… If you haven’t already noticed, I’ve been doing this regularly with my photos for the last couple of months. The program I’ve been using is Photoscape, which just so happened to be the top result presented by Google when I searched “free photo editing software“! 😉
It may not be Photoshop but, it’s good enough for me.
Continue reading “Revisiting an Old Box (Part 3)”