Here in this video is a very simple process for creating an effective flat board using thin strips of wood and bent with a simple form jig.
The example in the video is of it being used for a cutting board, but this process could be used for anything that has flat sides, including boxes and clocks, or to make really interesting patterns on wood turning blanks.
Check out the video below for an easy to follow demonstration of the process.
The board can be made any thickness, and by making it large enough and trimming all for sides to square, you will have a flat board with a brilliant pattern, suitable for use on any project. Or keep the curved sides and use it like that for a cutting board or wall clock.
Thanks to Fix This Build That for creating this video. They have some amazing project videos so check out their YouTube channel for more!