It started in the Midwest and is now a national craze: Cornhole is everywhere. In this video, learn how to build the traditional beanbag-toss game from simple building materials found at any home center.
½-inch birch-veneer plywood 2x4s Get four 8-foot boards) ⅜-by-3½-inch carriage bolts, washers, and nuts to attach the legs 1-inch trim-head screws to attach the top 3-inch deck screws to assemble the frame Wood glue 6½-inch utility pulls (two) Wood filler Stain-blocking white primer Spray paint Painter's tape Spray polyacrylic 220-grit sandpaper 6-by-6-inch 16-ounce beanbags (eight)
Tools You Will Need:
1. Jigsaw fitted with scroll blade (for plywood) and aggressive blade (for lumber)
2. Drill driver fitted with ¼-inch and ⅜-inch drill bits
4. Utility knife
5. Plastic putty knife to seal the painter's tape