Learn how to make a simple wooden DIY Tic-Tac-Toe game using scrap wood. It makes a great DIY gift idea!
Tip - If you don't have a 1x10 board, you can also use smaller width boards and glue them up to make a larger board. The key is to make a square board.
Once all the cuts are made, be sure to dry fit and make sure everything works!
Tip – Keep the Torch moving slowly across the surface for a uniform look. The number of passes will determine how dark the char on the wood gets.
Assembling the board is really easy using wood glue and brad nails.
You can add brad nails if you like but I simply placed a heavyweight on it (a gallon of paint) and let it dry to avoid nail holes being visible on the top. Alternatively, you can transfer the grid to the back and add nails from the back too. But the wood glue is strong enough to hold everything together.
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