DIY vintage inspired bread boards

Hi, friends!! I hope you’re all having a wonderful weekend! I am so excited to be joining some of my sweet and talented blogging friends for our Lifestyles of Love Blog Hop, hosted by Cindy from County Road 407. This month it is all about vintage breadboards! Yay!!

If you’re stopping by from Decor to Adore, welcome! I’m so glad you’re here!!

For the longest time, I have loved vintage breadboards, but when it came to finding some, it was so challenging! They were either out of my price range or not cute, so I decided to make some!

For these boards, I used a basic, one-inch thick pine board purchased from Lowe’s.

I started by outlining the handle and one of the sides. Using a jigsaw, I cut one side and used the cutout piece to trace the outline for the other side.

After your board is cut, sand all the leftover pencil marks and all edges.

Now its time to send and seal. If you want to use these for food, make sure to use a food-safe sealer, such as shellac.

Vintage breadboards come in so many darling shapes and sizes! When making these boards, I suggest googling images of old breadboards so you can mimic the shapes that they made back in the day. You could also distress the boards more than I did to add more charm and give them even more of a vintage look.

These breadboards were inexpensive and so easy to make, my favorite kind of DIY!!

Up next is, The Crowned Goat! She is sharing how to clean and restore old breadboards! You’re not going to want to miss it!

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Thank you so much for stopping by today!! I hope you all have a wonderful weekend!

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