Game Project Whether You Re Relaxing By The Lake Or Having Some Quiet Family Time In Your Backyard Board Games Are Great Fun To Have Around They Re Even More Fun To Play If You Built Them Yourself
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How To Make a Double-Sided Checker Board Photos by Rob Brown INFO: DIFFICULTY - 3/5, LENGTH/TIME - 3/5, COST - 2/5I set out to make a single-sided wood board game of Chinese checkers but quickly realized I had to do something with the underside.
Checkers was the easy answer, as my 6- and 8-year-old kids both enjoy playing.MaterialsI used veneer on both faces of Baltic birch plywood for this project, but there's nothing saying you couldn't use solid wood.
The Chinese checkers would turn out great, but using solid wood leaves you with a few decisions regarding the checkers face.To produce the checkers design you could add inlay into the wood, carve shallow grooves, or use a pyrography pen or paint to mark the squares.
There are probably many other options too.If you do go with veneer, make sure to use plywood that is smooth and has no voids.Starting with a piece of plywood that's flat is also important.I used a vacuum bag to quickly press the veneer to the plywood, but a host of clamps and cauls will work quite nicely on a smaller project like this.
Just do your best to distribute clamping pressure as evenly over the...