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Make your own Giant Jenga set in about an hour for under $20! Easy DIY tutorial.
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stop blocks for me cause measuring and cuting 53 pieces of wood I would be all kinds of messed up lol great build as always. thanks for sharing
Thanks…hey can you guys make a video on how to build a Monitor Riser Stand? Thanks again…I made your bench & it was great; making the Jenga set today for our Christmas Block Party….
Why not set a stop at 10.5 inches on your mitre saw? And why stain and then cut? This video really frustrates me.
whats the song called?
Loll @ "has no class" I really enjoy these videos.
OMG are you serious?? That was the laziest staining/sanding job I've ever seen. I bet those blocks don't even slide out of the stack easily. I mean if you're going to do such a halfass job why even bother making a video? 🙂
I CAN NOT STRESS IT ENOUGH TO USE THE SAME original 10.5" Jenga piece as the template. after cutting 54 pieces and using a different one as a template every time eventually you'll end up with 9" pieces
thanks for the videos !!!!
When the pieces are attached, add a square piece of glass and this would make a unique side table!
Assuming you can find that many boards that are straight enough to be used as jenga pieces
For those who don't own a wood cutting machine, does a hardware store charge much for cutting the wood into the required number of pieces at the given length?
Wouldn't it be better to sand then stain?
I dig the husband and wife concept. great videos, very relaxing. try a stop block on your chop saw. ensures equal lengths and cuts time marking each piece. I look foward to more ideas.
great vid thank you for sharing.
to help the process go quicker, put the stain in a bucket, dip each piece and wipe off the excess. and gloves help a bit too 🙂