If you have a miter saw and some 2x4s, you’re ready to make an oversized version of this classic game. You’ll need 6, 8-ft. 2x4s, a miter saw and a sander.
Cut your 2×4’s into 54 10-1/2” Pieces
Take your 6 2×4’s and use your miter saw to cut them into 54 10-1/2” pieces. If you don’t have a miter saw, you can easily use a circular saw, jigsaw, or (if you are feeling extra strong) a handsaw. If you use a miter saw, you can clamp a scrap piece of wood as a stop block onto the fence and create a consistent guide so you have to keep on measuring.
Sand the Edges
Use a 180 grit sandpaper on any type of sander to soften the edges and get rid of any splinters or rough edges.
Stack and Play
This is the easy part. Stack your pieces in rows of 3 to make a total of 18 rows and challenge your family or friends and see who is the Jenga master.