cornhole

July 25, 2008 at 12:00 am Leave a comment

For my husband’s birthday this year, all he wanted was for me to make him a Cornhole court. So with help from a friend (a lot of help) we put together his very own bags court. I still have to finish the final step of painting the Patriots logo on the blue box and the Green Bay Packers logo on the green one. This game is super fun and is best played with a beer in your hand.

A few suggestions in construction:
– I used MDF instead of plywood on the top. It’s cheaper, smoother and precut at home improvement stores
– Triple sew the seams of the bags. A lot of pressure is put on the seams during the game. I found myself running upstairs with broken bags during the party fixing them
– If you can’t find corn (which I found at Lowe’s later) I used beans.
Bags Blue team Bag green team

I got my cornhole plans from cornholecornhole
You can get free plans from cornhole-game.com

Both site give a history and rules of the game.

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