Making a DIY Bag Toss Set

Summertime is in full swing, which means lots of outdoor activities. So, in this video, I’m going to be showing you how to make a set of Bag Toss Boards.

You can get really creative for a paint scheme. Or you can leave it plain. I dressed mine up like a flag to be festive for the 4th of July.

Check out the video above to see how I did it!

If you’d like to build this project yourself, I have a set of free plans that you can find here: https://bit.ly/2Vtk2GR

I hope you have a blast building and playing!

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4 thoughts on “Making a DIY Bag Toss Set

  1. Hi April,
    Great idea…started building mine as soon as I saw your video and “bought” the plans. I think the plan may have a slight error in the cut angle for the leg. The plan shows a 30 deg cut which makes it very “pointed” vs. flush with the ground. I think the angle should be closer to 15.6 deg ~ 16 deg. The video seems closer to 16 than 30 deg.

    If I’m wrong please ignore my comments and keep the money I paid to buy the plans, if I’m correct, please give me a full refund! LOL LOL

    Good stuff, keep it up! 🙂

    1. Never mind my previous reply…my bad. I missed the instruction to place the leg pivot bolt 4″ down from the top…you can keep my payment. 🙂

  2. April get information and video. I have built a couple sets of these and also the Chippo golf game. I found that 2×4’s and 3/4″ plywood make the game very heavy. But you were using scrap so you had limited choices. I have used 1×4 common or select pine for the frame and 2’x4′ sheets of 1/2 exterior plywood. You can buy them at most lumber stores. I put the frame together the same as you did with pre-drilled holes on the ends with exterior glue and wood screws. I attached the frame to the top using kreg screws, That way the top surface is clean. I use 1’x4′ pine for the legs and add a washer between the leg and frame. I also use a can of paint to mark the legs. I found the angle to be about 18 degrees. I add two latches on the ends to make a clam shell and a handle on top for easy carrying, the entire game weights about 37 pounds.. Love your show and can’t wait for your grand opening. Thanks for all you do!
    Bob

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