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  1. "Go" Board Version II

    Someone saw my first game board and wanted one so…......................... I laminated two sheets of 1/2" Baltic Birch Plywood together and trimmed it all in Poplar hardwood. Added some stain and a light coat of polyurethane. Baltic Birch is one of the most stable woods for plywood. Laminated...
  2. badgers shutbox game

    My uncle remodeled his kitchen a year or so ago and gave me a truckload of oak trim for free. I decided to make him a Wisconsin badgers themed shut the box game for Christmas. The oak is part of his old kitchen, and I added some padauk which compliments it quite nicely. Half blinds just so I...
  3. bottle opener, hook and ring game

    Hi all. This is a game called hook and ring or bimini or ring the bull. Tie a string to a ring and swing it to capture the hook. I had a piece of cherry i wanted to find something to do with so… the finish is spray on poly. I gave this to a friend who loves to play different games. And yes that...
  4. TIC-TAC-TOE Game

    I made two of these tic-tac-toe games this week. I used Peruvian walnut and pine wood leftovers. Dimensions: 5.25" x 5.25" x 1" Game Ball Size: 1" diameter I used a round router bit in my drill press to carve the holes in the boards. The reason I made these is I wanted to try to see if I...
  5. Shut the Box

    Made eight of these game boxes for Christmas; seven for children, and one for the friend who donated the broken down oak table which was the source of wood - that one has the original finish on top with the coffee cup burn mark. The other boxes had different woods on the top. I completed each...
  6. Geek Paraphernalia

    Some more Christmas gifts that have already been given, so I can now post. Some of you may be able to tell what these are from the title and the 2nd picture. For those of you that are not sure.. they are dice rolling trays for Dungeons & Dragons. I play with a small group of friends that have...
  7. Joker Board 2

    Here's the second game board I made. This one was a gift to the couple who taught us the game. It's White Oak and Maple with Walnut dots to separate the sides and has a matching box to hold playing cards and marbles. The inner ring is for four players while the outer ring is for six players so...
  8. backgammon board 1st try

    Thanks to Gary K for the inspiration to do this project; I appreciate his work and willingness to share his knowledge with the rest of us. I have always wanted to build one of these for as long as I have been wood working. Gary was my push to make one for a gift, and most probably more gifts...
  9. Quick Christmas project - Liar's Dice

    Putting this up now as i didn't want to give the game away. A simple but fun game called Liar's Dice, all that is needed is some dice cups (one per player) and some dice (5 per player). The cups were my first play with a taper jig, not sure how sucsessful i was, while the cups went together...
  10. How about a game?

    No idea what is up with the pics. Tried several things to get them the proper orientation. But besides that, last weekend was our annual cul-de-sac party and I have been wanting to make an oversized jenga game for a while now. Seemed like the perfect time. Started out with 8 of the straightest...
  11. Desktop Bag Toss

    This mini indoor version of Baggo or Bean Bag Toss is designed to sit on a desktop or tabletop and well sized for a typical office cube. It is a fairly simple project - easy to build. The free plans are available on our web page here . We also made three videos giving a blow-by-blow account of...
  12. Aztec - A 3D Game

    I'm game crazy I know, but how bout a new one? Are ya up for it? This one's a beaut. A game that suits a builder's challenge as well as probably being really well liked by spatial logistical types. You know who you are. To play, construct a three level building with your opponent, using one of...
  13. Quick & Simple Puzzle

    Well due to a procedure I am suppose to take it easy for the next few days, so no workshop time even though I have a 5 day weekend :(. But I hate to sit still and have nothing to do. So I went intot the shop this morning and made this within about an hour or so, a little longer due to the fact...
  14. Sjoelbak a Dutch Shuffle Board Game

    My lumber jock brother, Rico, and I made two sjoelbak games for a friend of his daughter. I helped with the construction and making the 60 pucks. We used prefinished 3/4 in birch plywood for the bottom and solid sugar maple for the pucks and the trim. The gates are made of cherry and teak...
  15. Wahoo (aggravation) Board Game

    My in-laws are crazy about games, any kind of game. Last winter I was introduced to what they simply called "the board game", which turned out to be Wahoo, or Aggravation as most know it. I was hooked immediately. The board they used was an old sheet of T1-11 siding with holes drilled through...
  16. Shut The Box

    I built three of these for a craft sale last month. I sold one there then the person who bought that one contacted us to buy the other two. Gifts she says. Thanks to LJ Stevemarin in one of his WWMM videos. If not for him I'd never heard of the game. http://lumberjocks.com/Stevinmarin It is...
  17. Art Deco Game Table

    My first posted project. If you guys like it, I've got plenty more I can contribute. I just finished this one up to go with several more Art Deco pieces. This table has a reversible top with storage underneath for chips, cards, and games. The top is veneered with Mahogany with Walnut border and...
  18. Cribbage board

    A few pictures of the cribbage board that I just finished. Walnut base and a padauk top.
  19. Texas Cribbage Board

    Just finished up a Custom Texas cribbage board 15"x15"x1 in Ash
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