Whether you’re looking to spruce up your game room for a party or just want to add some more personalization to your corn hole boards, custom wraps are the way to go.

But if you’ve never done it before, the thought of installing board wraps can be intimidating. Not to worry -– we’ve got a step-by-step guide that will make installing your board wraps a breeze! Let’s get started!

Step 1: Prepare Your Work Area and Materials

First things first –- make sure you have all the supplies you need before getting started. You’ll need a pair of scissors, a squeegee, and a lighter (for heat gun). You'll also need something to lay down on your work surface so that it doesn't get scratched by any tools you use.

We recommend using thick paper or cardboard. You'll also need a clean cloth or towel for wiping away any dust or dirt on the boards before installation.

Finally, make sure you have all the wraps ready -– they come in pairs and should match perfectly in terms of size and color.

Step 2: Clean the Boards

This is an important step that many people often skip over. It's essential that your boards are completely clean before applying the wrap since any dirt or dust particles can interfere with adhesion of the wrap to the board.

Wipe down both sides of each board with a clean cloth or towel and make sure there are no particles sticking out from any cracks in the wood. Once everything looks good, proceed to Step 3!

Step 3:

Peel Back Corner and Adhere Wrap  Peel back one corner of one side of one wrap –– this will give you an idea how much you need to peel back when applying it onto the board itself.

Now take this corner and adhere it to one corner of one side of one board––use caution here so that it lines up properly with minimal creasing (you don't want too much air trapped between the wrap and board).

Once this corner is firmly adhered, proceed with peeling back more of the wrap while carefully draping it over the rest of your board until it is fully covered with minimal creasing/bubbling/wrinkling along its sides. If necessary, use a squeegee or heat gun (on low settings) in order to flatten out any bubbles once all four sides have been applied correctly.  

Also, if necessary, use a pair of scissors in order to cut off excess material from around edges once all four sides have been applied correctly .Repeat this process for other three sides as well as for other boards until complete.    

Step 4:

Enjoy! Now stand back and admire your handiwork –– isn't it amazing what some simple DIY can do?

Congratulations--you've installed your very own custom corn hole boards! Enjoy playing with family members, friends, and whoever else wants in on this classic tailgating game at home or wherever else life takes you!    


Installing corn hole board wraps may seem like an intimidating task but with our step-by-step guide above, we hope we've made it clear that anyone can do this at home without professional help.

So go ahead--grab some colorful wraps today and show off those creative skills--we guarantee everyone will be impressed! Have fun taking turns tossing those bags into each hole. Good luck and hope you win!

One More Thing To Consider:

I have written an article about what board wraps to purchase, if you have a desire to do such. The title is called, "Best Of The Best: 5 Great Corn Hole Board Wraps On Amazon." You can click the title to see what I've chosen as the best wraps for you. So why do all the work of researching, when I've already done it for you?

When you've discovered that perfect wrap for your corn hole board, click the link below the item and check out the price. Some of the links also have more designs to choose from. So take a look and enjoy browsing. These wraps are awesome.

And if you like, check out other articles I have written on my website, "BrainiacsBest.com." We're always adding more and more content for you to read.

So, again thanks for taking the time to read this article. I've enjoyed writing it and I've hoped you've enjoyed reading it. But for now, go out and enjoy a game of Cornhole. You deserve it!