Sunday, June 23, 2013

Custom Three Person Baseball Field Cribbage Board

 Hi Dave,

Thank you so much for checking in. The board arrived yesterday and looks absolutely wonderful!! You did such a great job and I so appreciate all the care you took to make it look exactly how I had hoped. I also really enjoyed reading the blog entry you wrote about it and learning about the process of making the board. I'm sorry for the delayed email to let you know the board arrived... on Friday I am finishing up at the job I have had for the past few years because I will be starting grad school in the fall and so things have been extremely hectic as I tie up a lot of loose ends. Again thank you so much for the fantastic job you did, and I look forward to hopefully working with you again in the future.

All the best,
Rebecca

This custom three person cribbage board was created for a client to give as a gift.  Walnut was used for the main board and the outline of the base paths and pitchers mound were inlayed with hard maple.  The bases were stained so they could show up better.

The completed board measured in at 18 inches wide x 18 inches long and was around one inch thick.
Further personalization was done lasering initials in the center of the board with a personal inscription on the back.

A storage slot was routed on the back to hold the custom metal pegs which come with each board.




Finishing is completed


First coat of finish applied.


Board cut to size and lasered.. Now on to the storage slot on back, then sanding and finishing.

Lasering completed today.
Holes have been drilled and waiting in line for the laser.

Inlay is glued in and now waiting to be drilled and lasered, Then final sanding and finish.

Inlay being glued in


Inlays cut for board


Slot cut for inlays

Inlay being glued up


Getting ready for cutout and drill

Board in glue-up

Computer design of board

Stay tuned for more updates soon......:-) ****************************************************************
For more information about ordering your own custom board go to: http://www.splinterswoodworks.com/
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