Make Your Own Adorable Swiss Cheese Resin Cutting Board
Have you wondered what it would take to make your own Swiss Cheese Resin Cutting Board? You are in the right place! We have included a written and video tutorial walking you through the steps to take to construct your own resin cutting board. Cheddar, Swiss, muenster, or mozzarella, whichever cheese your desire. It’s time to get sticky! If you can make a grilled cheese, you can make a cheese resin cutting board! It is that simple!
Let's Get Started!
Today I am going to show you how I make my swiss cheese cutting boards! These are popular products and fun to make with epoxy resin. I would say this is an intermediate level resin art project. All the supplies/materials and tools you will need are linked below.
Have fun and can’t wait to hear how your swiss cheese cutting boards come out!
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Swiss Cheese Resin Cutting Board Materials
- Cheese cutting boards:
- Prodyne Bamboo Cheese Slicer
- RoRo End-Grain Checkerboard Style Wooden Acacia Cheese and Butter Slicer and Plane
- Fantasy Day Cheese Slicer
- PHUPHAN Cheese Slicer Board
- SWISSMAR Cheese Board With Slicer
- Topline Bamboo Cheese Board with Wire Slicer
- This cheese cutting board has different features, as it includes some utensils on one side, but you may be able to do something cool by adding an epoxy resin design in the middle section.
- Epoxy Resin (Both of these brands work fantastic for this project!)
How to Make a Swiss Cheese Resin Cutting Board
Step One: Cutting Board Prep
a. Cover all areas of the cutting board where you do not want resin. Take your time with this step because it will determine the quality of your final piece.
b. Cut out tape circles using your painter’s tape and some wax paper. Peel the painter’s tape off the wax paper and place it on your board where you would like the holes in the swiss cheese resin to be.
c. Cut half-inch tabs of painter’s tape and fold them in half, placing them onto each circle. These tabs should act as little handles, allowing you to pull the tape circles off after the resin has partially cured.
Step Two: Base Paint
a. Using either yellow or white acrylic paint, paint the area of the cutting board you would like the resin swiss cheese to be. Don’t worry about painting over your tape circles, but try to avoid the tabs. You do not want the tabs to get stuck to the board, making it harder for you to pull off the tape circles.
b. Remember to paint the sides of the cutting board!
Step Three: Mix and Apply Resin
a. Mix a small amount of epoxy resin, according to the directions on the bottle. (You will not need more than a quarter cup of resin if you are doing a cutting board like the one I demonstrate in the video.)
b. Mix light yellow acrylic paint (a dime-sized amount) with your epoxy resin until the color has thoroughly mixed into the resin.
b. Pour your colored resin onto the painted area of your cutting board.
Step Four: Let Dry (Partially) and Remove Tape
a. Let dry for half of the time it takes your resin to cure. (Usually 6-8 hours)
b. Pull off your tape circles using the tabs as best you can.
c. Using a razor blade or pocket blade, clean up the circles as best as possible. (Do not worry if you end up exposing some of the base paint. We will fix this in the next step.
Step Five: Clean up Paint and Let Cure Completely
a. Using a paint cleaning medium, such as turpentine or acetone, rub off any of the base paint that was exposed when cleaning up the circles.
b. Let your resin finish curing and ENJOY your new, very chic, cheese cutting board!
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Please share this post and give the video a thumbs up on YouTube if you enjoyed it or found it useful. If you are interested in another resin cutting board tutorial, one that is not quite as cheesy, check out this Resin Cutting Board Tutorial.