Introduction: Giant Jenga Diy
Hey everybody it's momo. And today were going to make an outdoor Jenga set/ lawn jenga! Do enjoy!
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Step 1: Supplies
2- power saw
3- 8 foot long, 2x4 wide wood
4- (not necessary, but advised) safety glasses
Step 2: On the Power Saw
Put in a stopper thing so you won't have to measure every time. The stopper should be at 8 and one forth inches away from the blade knife saw thing (as you can see, I don't know much)
Step 3: Cut
Just simply saw until you have a piece not big enough to be an actual block. You should get 11 full blocks out of each plank
Step 4: Sand That Puppy
That's a violent title. Anyways, you just want to sand like shown above and sway the piece back and forth, so you sand the whole thing. Do this to all of the edges
Step 5: BLOCK SIZE (very Important)
As you can see this step is important. It should be 8.5 inches long, 1.5 tall, and about 2.6 inches wide. (Just go in order of pictures AND YOU WANT TO CUT OFF THE AMOUNT SHOWN FOR THE WIDTH) I used 9 planks (11 blocks each plank) after all the math, I got about 4.12 feet tall for the total set
Step 6: What I Did
To make it more orderly (just a tip) you can put them into a wheelbarrow when you finish cutting and sanding
Step 7: Finish!
And now you have really cool lawn jenga! Fun to play if you invite some friends over or just something to kill time. Hope you have fun!
Step 8: If You Haven't Already...
If you haven't already click that button and follow the farm family and give a cow it's wings! Love y'all •_£
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