Introduction: DIY Cornhole Boards, Bags and Scoreboard
It’s a fun game to play for any age level and although official rule do exist, you could make up your own rules as long as you have fun.
Building these popular DIY cornhole boards was a lot of fun and it only took few hours to make. Staining and painting probably took longer than building it. Our kids love playing it, although they don't necessarily follow the rules and just make up their own.
Most of the cornhole set you buy on Amazon are made from ½” plywood. I used ¾” plywood to make it sturdier and so that bags would not bounce up when hitting the board. Also, knowing my 8 year old son, after he gets bored playing cornhole, he’ll make a bike ramp out of it.
• 4'X8' - 3/4" Plywood (x1)
• 2x3x8' (x1)
• 1x12x6' (x1)
• 2x6x8' (x1)
Tools for this project
• Kreg Jig
• Jig Saw
• Nail Gun
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