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This video shows how to use caulk to paint crisp lines, something commonly done on Cornhole Boards.

Tape your lines, like your normally would.  Next, you run painter’s caulk along the edge of the tape to fill any gaps that may not have been pressed out of the tape.  Rub any extra caulk away, easily.

This method should help reduce paint bleed significantly.

 

Uploaded by WorkshopAddict on July 22, 2012

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Cornhole Board Customation

Great tutorial post from Cornhole Game Players. Detailed process pix from a set of Sonoma State Cornhole Boards. Taping, painting, and more painting. http://bit.ly/1uGlZvj

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Hand Painting NC State Boards

One of the toughest things to do can be hand painting cornhole boards.  These great pictures from the Cornhole Game Players Forum show you each step of the painting & taping process. http://bit.ly/1jOa7jx

This is a detailed instructional video, showing how to build a set of 4×2 Cornhole Boards.

  • Part 1. The first video takes shows supplies needed, then goes step by step through the process of framing the board with 2×4’s, cutting the hole, and attaching the deck to the frame.
  • Part 2. This video continues to show the attaching of the legs, then shows finishing steps.

 

Uploaded by chrislowden276 on Dec 3, 2010

Detailed instructional video showing how to build a set of 4×2 Cornhole Boards.

  • Part 1. This video takes you through the supplies you will need, then goes step by step through the process of framing the board with 2×4’s, cutting the hole, and attaching the plywood deck to the frame.
  • Part 2. The second video continues to show the attaching of the legs, then shows finishing steps.

Uploaded by chrislowden276 on Dec 3, 2010

Quick and Basic video showing how to build a 4×2 Cornhole Board.

This board is framed with 2×4’s and has a plywood deck. The legs are fixed, but optional information is given for legs that can pivot for easier transport and storage of the boards.

Uploaded by Howcast on Aug 3, 2010

Overview of a finished set of Cornhole Boards. The different parts of the board are shown, including the legs.

Leg measurements are shown, using a bucket to raise the boards and mark the leg to create the correct height and angle where the leg meets the ground.

Uploaded by tmtracing on May 18, 2011

Great step-by-step video tutorial for building a set of 4×2 Cornhole Boards.  Boards are framed with 1×4’s and attached using pocket hole screws from the underside.

The cornhole boards are strong, attractive, and up to the tournament standards. These boards are easy to build with a simple leg system without bolts or fancy joinery but they are still strong.

 

 

Uploaded by SailingandSuch on Jan 2, 2011

Video Tutorial Series showing how to build a set of 3×2 Cornhole Boards.

The video is broken up in to 4 parts. See below for links to each of the 4 parts.

Tom from chitowncornhole.com shows the steps to making a custom cornhole board.

3×2 Cornhole Board Building, Parts 1-4

Uploaded by scrumtrilescent57 on July 20, 2008

Video Tutorial Series showing how to build a set of 3×2 Cornhole Boards.

The video is broken up in to 4 parts. See below for links to each of the 4 parts.

Tom from chitowncornhole.com shows the steps to making a custom cornhole board.

3×2 Cornhole Board Building, Parts 1-4

Uploaded by scrumtrilescent57 on July 10, 2008