How to Make a Personalized Picture Cutting Board

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Things You'll Need

  • Digital photo
  • Credit card

Look at photos of family, friends or favorite vacation spots as you chop vegetables for dinner, when you personalize your cutting board. A dishwasher-safe, specially coated glass cutting board can be printed with your image in bright, rich colors. The rubber feet under each corner keep the board from slipping on your countertop. It’s a great gift, too. Just visit a photo or custom gift website to create and order your picture cutting board.

Register with a photo site (like Snapfish.com) or with a custom gift site (like CustomCreationsUnlimited.com). You’ll be asked to create a user name and password, as well as provide your first and last name, an e-mail address, home address, phone number and possibly your credit-card information.

Use the site’s search field to find its cutting board product(s). Just type “cutting board” into the search field and press “Enter.” Then click on the link provided.

Follow the directions provided on the site to upload the photo you wish to have printed on a cutting board. Usually, a .jpg file format is preferred. Some sites allow you to choose a cutting-board size; your .jpg file may be required to meet certain size requirements (larger for the larger cutting boards and smaller for the smaller boards).

Choose options, if possible, like board size or shape. Some sites employ product specialists who can answer your questions via chat or e-mail.

Place your order. If your picture cutting board is a gift, you can choose to have it shipped directly to its recipient.

Check the e-mail account you used when registering with the site to receive order confirmation and shipment information. Also, if your image is not compatible with the requirements of the site, a product specialist may contact you via email after reviewing your order.

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About the Author

Gail began writing professionally in 2004. Now a full-time proofreader, she has written marketing material for an IT consulting company, edited auditing standards for CPAs and ghostwritten the first draft of a nonfiction Amazon bestseller. Gail holds a Master of Arts in English literature and has taught college-level business communication, composition and American literature.

Photo Credits

  • vegtables on cutting board image by JJAVA from Fotolia.com