This wonderful crafty person made their very own Game of Thrones 'Risk' game board out of a used wooden table they picked up for twenty bucks.
IMGURian apachethehelicopter is an incredibly talented DIY-er.
My girlfriend and I went out and bought a table at a yard sale for $20 and turned it into a custom Risk board!
Throughout college my friends and I would get big groups of people together to play Risk on our nights off, and we really enjoyed the Game of Thrones version since it was a 7 person game and you know... Game of Thrones was still good at the time.
Since then, I’ve had my eye out for a good sized table that I could turn into a map for a custom board. So one weekend browsing craigslist I found a good candidate, and this is how we transformed it over the following weeks:
Note: this is a first-time project, I don’t do much wood-working at all. I just raided my dad’s garage for tools and watched videos on different methods. So if you have any suggestions—I’d actually appreciate it!
Go check out the entire post, embedded below.
“We did this all in about a month, it was a great challenge and I’m so proud of how it turned out. Let me know what you think!”
Turned a $20 table into a custom Game of Thrones Risk board
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