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Corn Hole Game Boards

Built these as a wedding gift for a friend that has wanted a set for a while but never bought them.

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RYOBI NATION
RYOBI NATION

These are exquisite! It's a good thing he never bought them- there's not much chance he could have found anything as beautiful and personal as these boards. How did you accomplish the flawless paint job on the top? Or are those decals?

Pnj2108
Pnj2108

The top is vinyl decal that i purchased and had customized with their names and then sealed it with a water-based polycrylic

slimpy
slimpy

Also a great idea for a housewarming gift.

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Project Information

Difficulty: Intermediate
Category: Recreation

Materials Used:

  • Two (2) sheets of 3/4 inch birch plywood: 22.5" x 46.5" (you can use any other type of plywood i like birch because of the smooth finish)

  • Four (4) mitred sides: 1x4" cut 24" to the long points, with mitred ends on the 45

  • Four (4) mitred sides: 1x4" cut 24" to the long points, with mitred ends on the 45

  • Four (4) legs: 2x3" cut 11.25", mitred on the 45 (so when they rest under the 3/4" plywood it's 12" up from the ground, which is "regulation"

  • Wood Glue

  • Brad Nails

  • 100 Grit and 220 Grit Sand Paper

  • You will need to use a cup or something round to create a half circle at the top of the legs so that you can pull them in and out.

  • NOTE: If you dont feel confident about the legs you can cut them longer say 15 inches and then modify as needed until the top of the board measures 12 inches from the ground.

  • I ordered the custom decals and bags from www.etsy.com

  • for the holes i used a 6 inch hole saw but you can also use a jigsaw or router but i used the hole saw because it was fast and precise.


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