Next out, later today --I think-- are the combination coasters and tapas boards/appetizer plates. This is either a good idea or not. The pine is cut thick, and lopped into chunks big enough for a glass of wine and a small appetizer or a large apple. I know that I am among the least formal hostesses on the planet earth. But when my friends come over for coffee, where do you put that spoon for stirring in a little cream or sugar? Or the damp tea-bag? The scone? I say, all on the same little wood platter thing, which is built so that it is hard to damage. I used the scroll saw to cut out different shapes of ginkgo leaves in each of the four coaster-cum-tapas-servers, then used non-toxic watercolor paint for the leaves. I then glued the leaves in, sealed the leaves with a food-safe finish, then finished the aggregated board with butcher block finish--of course, food safe. Down side? Can't load in dishwasher. Upside? A quick swipe and they are clean.
The trick is that for all these, it's tricky to figure out pricing, and it's tricky to tag, and it's tricky to figure out search terms that optimize searching. Requires actual thought. Go figure.