Custom Cutting Boards - Made in the USA!

We build handmade custom cutting boards right here in Athol Idaho.   Each cutting board is slightly unique due to the hardwood being used.   Some of the designs are below and each time we try to add a new style to the portfolio.  When a new batch is created and ready they will be posted online with photo’s so be sure to follow us on Facebook and Instagram.  

If you are looking for some custom gifts to give to your customers or employee feel free to reach out and we can discuss options.  Cutting boards make great gifts to new home owners so Realtor’s give us a shout and let’s make something happen.

Check out our shop to see what we have in stock and pickup a nice gift for yourself or someone you care about.


  • Edge grain and end grain 
  • Charcuterie and serving boards
  • Hardwood species and layouts change.
  • Sizes are approximate and slightly vary.
  • Includes one 4 oz container of homemade “board butter” to condition your board.


  • Some boards include rubber feet on the bottom so they are easier to pick and won’t slide around.
  • Some boards have juice grooves
  • Each product that is available is in the shop with detailed descriptions.


  • Small boards are roughly 12″x8″x3/4″
  • Medium boards are roughly  14″x11″3/4″
  • Standard size roughly 18” x 12” x 1.25”
  • End grain butcher blocks are roughly 24” x 14” x 2 

Custom boards can be made to order please email us.


Our cuttings boards are hand made with different designs from time to time.  We use a mix of domestic and exotic hardwoods.

  • Hard White Maple
  • Black Walnut
  • Mahogany
  • Cherry
  • Padauk
  • Wenge
  • Purpleheart
  • Sapele

Build Process (Short Version)

Our cuttings boards all start off with a couple hours driving to the to the hardwood store and back to pick up the raw lumber.  Each board then goes through a process of planning, joining, ripping to width, ripping strips, drum sanding, layout, glue up, drying, scraping glue off, planning again, drum sanding again, cutting to length, routing edges, then a lot more hand sanding…. finally the boards get a bath in mineral oil then some board butter.

If you are interested in making  your own check out our blog where we have a longer more detailed version of the process.