How to build a plinko board?


In order to build a Plinko board you will need some pegboard that is three sixteenths of an inch or more, a sheet of cork board, some rubber bands, craft glue and some spray paint.
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1. Prepare the pegboard, backing board and dowel pins by painting them any desired color. It is best to use a coat of spray paint as it will cover the materials quickly and lessen
So you want to make a plinko board? Ok well lets think size. You want to transport it to tailgate parties. Well if you want, you could make a tabletop size plinko. In other words,
1. Figure out what size board you want. This will depend mostly on how tall you are. The board should be long enough so that you can have a wide, shoulder-width stance while riding
1. Measure the length and width of the exterior inset of the door you want to cover using a measuring tape. 2. Measure and mark the exact measurements of the door inset onto a sheet
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How to Build a Plinko Board
Originally appearing on "The Price is Right," Plinko is a game where players drop an object down a board. The object bounces around as it falls, finally landing in a spot at the bottom that can win the contestant big prizes or sometimes nothing at all.... More »
Difficulty: Moderately Easy
To build a plinko board, get a lightweight piece of wood, cover it with decorated poster board. Use popsicle sticks to act as pegs. Circular lids, such as those on Pringle cans make excellent plinko chips with a quarter glued to them for additional weight.
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