Holiday season is around the corner, which means it’s time to start planning those handmade holiday gifts! To help get those holiday gears turning, I partnered with my amazing friends at Kreg and BuildSomething to create a giant Jenga set for my parents’ new backyard. I also decided to take it a step further and create a mobile carrying case for it as well (since, those suckers are heavy)! Even better, I’m offering up the free plans for both the game and the carrying case on BuildSomething.com as part of their holiday campaign!
How To Make A DIY Giant Jenga Set With Mobile Carrying Case
My parents are undergoing a mammoth yard renovation at their new house (I’ve been sharing some sneak peeks on my Instagram stories), and all they have been asking for since starting the renovation is a giant Jenga set for their new yard!
Easy enough, except… have you tried to carry around those pieces all at once!? Not only is it impossible without a bin, but they’re SO heavy!
While there are some incredible Jenga tutorials on the internet, one thing I felt was missing was a way to store the game in a practical way without (literally) breaking your back to move it around your home.
Cue my DIY Yard Jenga set with a mobile carrying case that doubles as a platform to play the game on! Now you can store the game away when not in play, but also easily transport it to your yard!
Want the free plans? You can find them over on BuildSomething’s website!
Want to wait until summer rolls around for this project? Don’t forget to Pin It!
Don’t forget to check out some of the other amazing holiday ideas on BuildSomething.com while you’re over there!
Happy Holiday Season, everyone!
I acknowledge that Kreg and BuildSomething.com are partnering with me to participate in this project. As a part of the campaign, I am receiving compensation in the form of products and services, for the purpose of promoting Kreg and BuildSomething.com. All expressed opinions and experiences are my own words. My post complies with the Word Of Mouth Marketing Association (WOMMA) Ethics Code and applicable Federal Trade Commission guidelines.