Cornhole toss is a great activity to play while tailgating or enjoying your next barbecue. Building cornhole boards is a simple DIY project you can easily complete in a weekend. For this tailgate themed project I used Krylon® COVERMAXX® Spray Paint. The DIY Cornhole Plans for this project can be downloaded here.
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Gather your materials to build this project. You’ll need 2×4 boards, ½ inch plywood, carriage bolts, washers, wing nuts, screws, wood glue, masking tape, stencils/decals, and Krylon COVERMAXX Spray Paint. Spray paint works great for this project and gives you a professional finish. You can find Krylon COVERMAXX at your local Walmart or Amazon
Make your Cuts and Assemble
Cut the 2×4 boards to size according to the plans. A miter saw makes this process go quickly.
Cut the shorter boards for each end. Make sure they match the dimensions of the plywood.
Sand the rough ends and sides of the boards so you’ll have a smooth finish. I recommend 220 grit sandpaper.
Read the rest of the plans here – Cornhole Game Plans Part 2