Cornhole

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Introduction: Cornhole

this is how I made my corn hole boards

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Step 1: Cutting the Right Lengths



• I used 3/4 inch plywood but I would recommend 1/2 inch plywood
• I cut the length of the boards at 42 inches (3.5 feet)
• Cut the width of the board at 24 inches (2 feet)
• To make the frame I cut the top pieces at 24 inches (2 feet)
• then the longer boards of the frame i cut at 39 inches


Step 2: Putting Together

first you have to build the frame to put the plywood on top.

then screw the frame together and glue the plywood on top of the frame then screw it in place

Step 3: Drill the Hole

I used a fly cutter to drill my 6" inch hole

Step 4: Sanding

you can sand it however you want to. you can have it really smooth or kinda rough. I wouldn't have to smooth cause then if you paint it the bags are just gunna slide off

Step 5: The Finishing Product

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    5 Discussions

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    beegnicoll
    beegnicoll

    5 years ago

    You can buy cool vinyl stickers for the top like bud light or miller light. I own aca cornhole boards. I started out like the ones you have. After you put 15 coats of poly on them they will be slick as snot and then you will really learn the game. Good game for sure

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    livichris
    livichris

    5 years ago

    what are they for?

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    seamster
    seamster

    Reply 5 years ago on Introduction

    It's a backyard game, similar to horseshoes. You throw bean bags at the board and try to land them on it, or in the hole. It's fun!