Corn Hole

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Introduction: Corn Hole

Want your own corn hole set? You've come to the right place! With a few steps, you can make your very own set for around 60 or 65 dollars

Step 1: Gather Materials

• 4 2x4x48"
• 4 2x4x24"
• 2 4x2x1/2" sanded plywood
• Wood glue
• Nail gun
• Drill
• Jigsaw
• Paint (Your choice color)
• 4 2x4x11"
• 4 4" bolts with washers/nut
• 8 corn bags

Step 2: Sawing and Nailing Glue

Bring your 4 2x4x48" and 4 2x4x24" wood to your saw and cut triangles out of the corners. (see picture 2) Then glue and nail the wood together like in pictures 3 and 4. You should end up with two box shapes like in 4.

Step 3: The Top

This one is quite simple. Put the top on the square like in pic one. Nail and glue the sides down. Since we used a nail gun, it left in endent so we used wood putty to cover the hole.

Step 4: The Hole

Use a compas, a cup, or anything to make a circle. Once you draw the circle, use the drill to cut a small hole in the side of the circle and use the jigsaw to cut out the circle. It should end up as thelast picture.

Step 5: Painting

Painting is all up to you. You can make it whatever color and if you want, a picture. The choices are all up to you!

Step 6: Stands

just nail the 4 2x4x11" to the back ot the box to stand it up like in the picture. There you have it! your very own corn hole game!

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    What are the 4 bolts for in the materials list? The 2 legs?

    Thanks for the directions. I can't see paying $100+ for something so easy to make. Forgot to add 6" hole centered 9" from top.

    Did you use poly to make it shiny and slick?

    what size hole and how far down do you place it

    feel free to ask questions. I don't bite.

    Were building these for an end of the summer carnival that my church is hosting. I decided to post it on instructibles just to see what would happen.