Introduction: FUN ON AIR
FUN ON AIR is an awesome game for friends and family and its made out of materials at home!
Step 1: The Layout for the Board
First get your two poker pieces and hot glue the chess piece on top of it as a handle repeat with both, then for the board, get a thin piece of cardboard about 18in by 11in and tape your two clear plastic folder covers together on the cardboard (make sure there are no lumps in between them)
Step 2: Building the Sides
Gather up a bunch of wood pieces preferably around 1 and one fourth by one and one fourth ,It works better when they are sanded, Then set up a perimeter of wood blocks to make sure they fit. Then find the two lengthwise sides and set up a goal that is about 3 and one fourth wide and mark the spots you are going to cut with a sharpie.Then carefully….Carefully use a multi-tool saw (or really any saw) to cut all the way through on sharpie marks.
Step 3: Building the Score Board
Then to make the scoreboard get 2 pieces of the wood and set them vertically in the middle of one of the lengthwise sides and wood glue them, then get a cylindrical piece of wood with a diameter of one fourth of an inch and a length of 5 and a half inches and glue it to the top of the scoreboard. After everything is done drying use index cards (6) to make the scoreboard. First cut out index cards 2 and a half inches vertically and 1 inch wide (make sure that the holes of the index cards are in the middle of the small ones so you can loop something through !!!!!) and repeat 6 times. After they are all cut out number them from 1 to 6 with sharpie and then with wire or any sort of string like material available tie them (through the loops) to the cylinder of wood and there ya go!
Step 4: Finishing Up
Then get 4 Popsicle sticks and glue them on the top and back of each goal (make sure the Popsicle stick on the back of the goal is against the bottom of the board) then your done. Then get 4 Popsicle sticks and glue them on the top and back of each goal (make sure the Popsicle stick on the back of the goal is against the bottom of the board) then your done thanks for building FUN ON AIR