How To Make Cornhole Boards

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# Sponsored | In this video you will learn how to make Cornhole boards to use at your next backyard barbecue. These DIY cornhole boards are made out of 1×4 boards to make them lighter than the 2×4 version. This LED cornhole board set has drink holder, a score keeper, built in corn hole bag storage, ring LED lights, straps and handles.
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38 COMMENTS

  1. Great boards…..I am painting one of mine Detroit Lions colors and the other Pats colors for my fiances favorite team….What kind of clear coat spray did you use. I want to use a water based poly but I am not sure what kind to use that wont yellow. Any suggestions? Thank you

  2. Dude, I’ve been building these for a year now and the legs have been the bane of my existence. You’re method made it seem so dang easy! Thank you for this.

  3. Great project! I would recommend putting a piece of metal inside the storage compartment to hold the magnetic score trackers safe and sound as not to lose them in transport.

  4. Thanks for sharing your step by step how to's on this build. I just finished building 3 sets, and it all came out looking really good.

  5. Your boards look great! Do you mind if I ask what the basic wood and screws construction cost you? Also, what was the name of the led ring light you used? I searched amazon and didn’t see anything similar.

  6. Great plans. I used 2” universal Clevis pins with cotter pins with washers instead of bolts and wing nuts because the nuts kept coming unscrewed.

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