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Best Wooden Game Gifts

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Cribbage Board Woodworking Plan, Toys & Kids Furniture Gifts & Decorations Boxes & Baskets
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WOOD Magazine Item #: GR-01050 -

Our traditional cribbage board game uses only a few scraps of cherry and maple and some time at the drill press to craft. Don't play cribbage? Skip the holes for an elegant keepsake box. Cribbage Pin Project Kit includes four brass cribbage pins and four chrome cribbage pins.Featured in WOOD Issue 230, December/January 2014/2015 ...

4-Across Game Woodworking Plan, Toys & Kids Furniture
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WOOD Magazine Item #: GR-01042 -

With a steady base that doubles as a storage case, this classic strategy game is simple enough to build that you'll have it completed well before next weekend's game night.Featured in WOOD Issue 228, October 2014

Vertical Chessboard Woodworking Plan, Toys & Kids Furniture
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WOOD Magazine Item #: GR-01036 -

Elegant? Check. Versatile? Check. Fun? Checkmate. Fit to grace a king's quarters, this new layout of a classic game allows for tabletop or wall-mounted tournaments, day or 'knight.'Featured in WOOD Issue 227, September 2014 ...

Beanbag Game Boards Woodworking Plan, Toys & Kids Furniture
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WOOD Magazine Item #: GR-00984 -

Known as "cornhole," "baggo," "bags," "beanbag toss," and other names, this game is so easy, you can play it without spilling your drink. That may be what makes it so popular at tailgaters and backyard parties. With two playing boards that latch together and a convenient carrying handle, carting this game to the party is as easy as building it. Unlatch the boards, and find the bags stored inside. We'll even give you tips on decorating the boards with your favorite team's colors and...

Tic-Tac-Toe Game Set Woodworking Plan, Toys & Kids Furniture
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WOOD Magazine Item #: GR-00933 -

As simple and quick to build as it is to play. This portable game console needs no batteries or wires, so pull it out almost anywhere for some quick entertainment with the kids (or grown-ups). And there's not arguing over who gets X and who gets O; instead choose maple or cherry playing tiles. This two-sided lid doubles the box's appeal. When you're ready to get your game on, simply slide the lid out to retrieve the tiles, then flip the lid over to reveal the game board.Featured in WOOD Issue...

Boxed-Up backgammon Board Woodworking Plan, Toys & Kids Furniture
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WOOD Magazine Item #: GR-00908 -

You want to incorporate geometric veneer patterns into more of your projects when you see how easy it is to cut, assemble, and apply the crisp triangles in this board. Simple jigs (plans included) and skills make it all fun and games.Overall dimensions—Open: 21" wide x 17" deep x 1 1/4" high. Closed: 10 3/8" wide x 17" deep x 2 1/2" high.Featured in WOOD Issue 209, December/January 2011/2012 ...

Chinese Checker Board, A Classic Family Game Woodworking Plan, Toys & Kids Furniture
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WOOD Magazine Item #: GR-00597 -

Fun is in the near future when you start this captivating project. A recess-routing temple make is easy, and a clever design ensures that you won't lose your marbles. Overall dimensions: 21" wide x 21" deep x 2" highFeatured in WOOD Issue 186, October 2008 ...

Horseshoes anyone? Woodworking Plan, Toys & Kids Furniture
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WOOD Magazine Item #: GR-00325a -

Looking for a project that kids will love? This one's a ringer. The shoes and stakes are made from light but strong plywood finished in bright aniline dyes.Featured in WOOD Issue 142, June 2002

Woodworks Episode 411: Game Board Project Videos
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Item #: DLV-26-0196 -

Woodworks with David J. Marks - Season 4, Episode 411: Game BoardHere are just a few of the many techniques you will learn in this episode:• Re-sawing and thickness sand laminate• Gluing veneers to substrate• Gluing veneered strips together to make a single board• Alternating the strips and gluing together• Cutting miter joints for frame pieces• Joining frame to game board with hidden splines