How do I make this Custom Baseboard Trim...? See photos...
I have a lot of custom baseboard trim installed throughout our house and would like to replace a few pieces and finish off some closets with matching material but I’m a bit perplexed on how to make them.Please see attached photos.It’s 1 x 4 pine material that has been carved on the top edge to give it a more rustic look.When I say carved, it has multiple different peelings at different angles and depths cut out of it on the top outer edge and then it appears to have been lightly sanded to remove any sharp edges and then possibly stained and polyurethaned.I don’t know if these were store purchased boards or they may have been custom sawn locally.
What I want to do is make some new ones and I don’t know they best way to get the custom cuts into them.I through of a drum or belt sander but thought it might take a really long time and there has to be something more effective and efficient to do it.I also thought of a hand peeling draw knife but these tend to split the wood more between fibers rather than cut it for a nice smooth peel.Anyway, what do some of you more experienced woodworkers recommend?I’d like to use a power tool that I can do it pretty quickly and have a nice finished product.Almost like something with a spinning wheel that I can just apply at different depths and angles to take the peelings out…?
Any help would be much appreciated.Thank you!