My daughter and I finally made corn hole boards to enjoy this fall. It was quite a project but they turned out very nice. She found the information regarding the dimensions online which we used to build the boards.
We decided to use 1/2 inch plywood so that the boards would not bounce when the bags hit them. We used the top of a margarine tub to draw the circle for the hole.
Next we used a paddle bit to drill a starter hole.
Next we used a jigsaw to carefully cut the hole.
Next we screwed the frame together.
We added glue before attaching the top.
We also used screws to attach the top.
We used another container to mark the curve for the legs.
We used the paddle bit again to make holes for the leg hardware.
Then the painting process began.
We used a projector to trace the logo.
The painting process was the hardest and most time consuming part.
A scoreboard using golf tees was added to the end of one board.
We also used hardware cleats to store the measuring rope for ease in spacing the boards.
After many hours of tedious painting, the boards were complete.
Just in case you wonder, this is what our house looks like when I am involved in a project. So, this is what our house looks like most of the time!!
I’ll be linking to Wow Us Wednesday at Savvy Southern Style.