Build a DIY Father’s Day gift that turns bottle caps into a game
What You Need
Using the measuring tape, measure and mark cuts on the 2- x 2-foot plywood with a pencil according to the cut list.
•One backboard: 12 1/2- x 20-inch
•Two side sections: 2 5/8- x 20-inch
•Two side sections: 2 5/8- x 14-inch
•Four divider sections: 2- x 2 1/2-inch
Use a circular saw to cut the marks you just made on the plywood board.
Tip: Use a sanding block to smooth any rough edges.
• Create the nail pattern by marking on the plywood and offsetting nails 2 inches apart (see diagram)
• Drive nails into plywood.
Tip: Make sure the nails stop before sticking out the back of the plywood.
• Lay the 20-inch pieces of plywood on the end of each side of the back panel, securing with the brad nailer.
• Place the 14-inch pieces on the other ends of each side to complete the frame, securing with the brad nailer.
• Evenly space the four dividers on the bottom end of the backboard.
• Secure using a brad nailer, nailing through the bottom part of the frame.
• Flip over and nail through back of plywood to completely secure.
• Remove the plastic film from both sides of the acrylic sheet.
• Drill 7/64-inch holes into each corner of acrylic sheet.
• Place the acrylic sheet 3 1/4 inches up from bottom of the frame and secure with nails.
• Center the bottle opener above the acrylic sheet and screw to the backboard.