Turn your favorite family recipe into a cherished heirloom that you'll be able to display at all your family gatherings. This custom engraved cutting board captures your handwritten recipe that's been passed down from mom, dad, beloved grandparents and more. Created for display purposes.
- Length: 18 Inches total with handle
- Width: 8 Inches
- Thickness: 3/4 Inches
- Recipe will be centered on the board.
Board Color Variations: Our boards are made from natural wood and are never stained in the process. Due to the natural origin of the wood, there may be slight color variations that differ from the pictured boards.
Engraving Color Variations: Our boards are engraved using a strong laser. Through the burning process, the coloration of the end engraving will vary depending on the particular board and how it reacts to the laser.
Due to laser engraving having various variations of wood grain, shadowing and the file photo given we will do our best to preserve the integrity of the handwritten recipe. However please note that since it is simply a copy of what will be engraved there may be some slight variations, imperfections and shadowing once we engrave.
Photo Files accepted: .JPG or .PNG format
To send us your file simply reply to the order confirmation sent to you with the photo file requested or email: email@example.com
TO ENSURE THE BEST ENGRAVE WE SUGGEST THE FOLLOWING TIPS PRIOR TO UPLOADING YOUR PHOTO.
- Lighting is key. Make sure that your recipe is on a flat surface in a well lit area.
- Try to avoid shadowing or uneven lighting in areas of the recipe.
- If the writing is illegible or faded make a photo copy of the recipe, then trace of the writing in dark in. Black ink works best.
- Be sure the scan or photo is not blurry. Clear and contrasting images work best.
- If you have an IPhone - you may also use their document scan feature and save as a .jpeg or .png image.
If your recipe is on the front and back of a notecard/paper, please upload both sides of the recipe and we will combine the two images into one and print them together on one side of the board.