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Shishkaball Ball-Drop Game

The heyday of classic board games like Ker-Plunk and Jenga may be long gone, but you can re-create that heady feeling of pulling out a piece and waiting to see if everything comes crashing down. You can do it in a yard-size version that’s sure to become the raucous centerpiece of any summer gathering.
All you need is :

  • ½-inch birch-veneer plywood
  • 2×4 for the legs
  • 4-foot welded-wire garden fencing
  • 2-foot bamboo plant stakes You’ll need at least 90
  • Plastic pit balls Get about 100
  • 220-grit sandpaper
  • Stain-blocking white primer Spray paint in three colors
  • ⅞-inch wood screws
  • 2 ½-inch trim-head screws
  • Wood glue
  • Wood filler
  • Painter’s tape

Tools you’ll need :

  • Jigsaw fitted with scroll blade (for plywood) and aggressive blade (for lumber)
  • Drill driver fitted with ⅛-inch bit and ¼-inch bit
  • Linesman pliers

You can get the instructions from HERE.

How to Build a Shishkaball Ball-Drop Game

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