DIY GIANT JENGA!




Check out this big ‘ol giant Jenga set I made from 2×4 blocks. It’s a super simple woodworking project that anyone can make for some summer fun. DIY Giant Jenga Game Table / Storage Box

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DIY GIANT JENGA!

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  1. Currently working on this. Makes sense to me to sand the 2X4's first with a belt sander before cutting. Much easier to sand full 2 bys than 54 small blocks. Will have to sand the ends after cutting of course, but still, a breeze compared to sanding the smaller blocks individually. Brought to you by the laziest bastard on the planet!

  2. Hi, I am hoping you can help me! Your tutorial was wonderful.  I am having trouble though.  We cut sanded (very well) and used the same wax you used in your video, but many of my pieces aren't sliding.  The seem stuck in place. After setting up the game you really have to jab to get some to budge at all which makes the tower spill!! Any advice on what to do to get the pieces to slide better??  Hoping to play at the family Easter party but not so fun when they don't slide.  Thank you for any help!!Read more Show less

  3. Hey I am about 85% done with this project. Preparing for finishing I read the label on the MINWAX label and it say the wax if for indoor use only,  am I looking at the proper product or is this acceptable for this project.

  4. I am at the point of placing wax on my blocks. I just want to make sure I do this right. All I have to do is rub the wax on and then I am done?!?! This is my first project and I am doing it for a family reunion. I want to make it right. Thank you for everything.

  5. Hi! Thank you for this tutorial. Do you have a list of materials/items needed? What are you using to apply the stain/finishing wax? is that tissue or a piece of cloth?

  6. Hey! Have you ever made a big 'ol set of Jenga blocks like this before? It was a super simple project and really fun to play, too. My wife and I played it the other day and had it built up really high at one point (there may or may not have been a 'lil bit of cheating involved…) Plus, it was SO satisfying when the huge tower came crashing down!

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