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Cornhole Boards


jporritt
jporritt
jporritt
jporritt

Made a set of Texas Cornhole boards for myself and they turned out so well that the interest in the neighborhood was a little high. I did the whole come to the garage and we will make them together and I will teach you some tool skills. That worked for one neighbor. Oh well, they paid for the supplies and snacks. I didn't realize how easy they are to make! Painting started off harder than I figured out a quick tip to speed it up. Masking Tape, Print of of the Logo, razor and Pencil. I love masking tape now. I masking tape off the are that I want the logo, I print of the size logo that I want (I used powerpoint to make the size), I shade the back side of the logo paper with the pencil, put the logo on the boards and trace the logo unto the boards on the masking tape. I take the razor and cut out the areas I want to paint. Slowly remove tape or add more tape for more colors. Not much paint is needed. I used interior paint from Home Depot in the tester sizes. Lots of guides to actually make the boards are online. The legs are the tricky part. Size the legs after they are attached to the boards. once attached raise up the back of the boards on an edge of a table 12 inches with he legs extended. Use a flat edge to mark where to cut the legs as the legs hangs off the edge of the table. Just about every time they legs are perfect, no wobble. Quick to make the boards. Painting can take some time

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Cornhole Boards

by jporritt
Oct 11, 2015

Made a set of Texas Cornhole boards for myself and they turned out so well that the interest in the neighborhood was a little high. I did the whole come to the garage and we will make them together and I will teach you some tool skills. That worked for one neighbor. Oh well, they paid for the supplies and snacks. I didn't realize how easy they are to make! Painting started off harder than I figured out a quick tip to speed it up. Masking Tape, Print of of the Logo, razor and Pencil. I love masking tape now. I masking tape off the are that I want the logo, I print of the size logo that I want (I used powerpoint to make the size), I shade the back side of the logo paper with the pencil, put the logo on the boards and trace the logo unto the boards on the masking tape. I take the razor and cut out the areas I want to paint. Slowly remove tape or add more tape for more colors. Not much paint is needed. I used interior paint from Home Depot in the tester sizes. Lots of guides to actually make the boards are online. The legs are the tricky part. Size the legs after they are attached to the boards. once attached raise up the back of the boards on an edge of a table 12 inches with he legs extended. Use a flat edge to mark where to cut the legs as the legs hangs off the edge of the table. Just about every time they legs are perfect, no wobble. Quick to make the boards. Painting can take some time