How To Make A Carrom Board | DIY

by | Jan 30, 2022 | DIY, Wood Work

Introduction

Carrom is considered as one of the best indoor games which you can enjoy with family and friends. All ages, from small kids to grandparents, can enjoy this game. So, which is the main resource to enjoy carrom games? Yes, a carrom board is the main resource to enjoy this game. Thus, in this article, we will teach you about how to make a carrom board. Let us begin.

Supplies

Firstly let us gather the materials and tools required to make this project.

Materials

  • Hardwood
  • Plywood
  • Stain and clear coat

Tools

  • Wood Glue
  • Clamps
  • Sharpie
  • Sharp Tools

Steps To Make A Carrom Board

Step 1: The first step is to cut the wooden pieces to 34 lengths.

Cutting the Wooden Pieces

Cutting the Wooden Pieces

Step 2: The second step is to trim all the wooden pieces from both sides.

Trimming the Wooden Pieces

Trimming the Wooden Pieces

Step 3: The third step is to attach all four pieces with the glue and stick them. Attach the clamps on all four sides.

Attaching the Wooden Pieces

Attaching the Wooden Pieces

Step 4: The fourth step is to cut the plywood in 34 x 34 square and then drill 1.75 holes at every corner.

Cutting the Plywood

Cutting the Plywood

Step 5: The fifth step is to draw the design layout with a pencil and then color it.

Drawing the Design

Drawing the Design

Step 6: The sixth step is to apply a clear coat on the plywood, which will give a better finish and highlight the entire carrom board.

Applying the Coat

Applying the Coat

Step 7: The last step is to stick all four wooden pieces and then let them dry.

Sticking the Wooden Pieces on four sides

Sticking the Wooden Pieces on four sides

Carrom Board

Carrom Board

Things To Remember

  • Make sure you cut the wooden pieces appropriately.
  • Make sure you sand the plywood before applying the coat.
  • After applying the coat, let the carrom board dry for at least four hours.
  • Once you stick all the wooden pieces on the carrom board, let it dry for twenty-four hours, and then start playing.

 

 

 

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