Since the creation of the first modern dartboard in 1896 by Brian Gamlin of Lancashire, England, little has changed about the game and the board. One innovation, however, has combined the game of darts itself with the iconic image of someone throwing a dart at a photograph or stock listing. Dart connoisseurs can now purchase the classic dartboard with a wire frame that allows you to insert your own photograph to throw at.
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Things you need
- Photo cut into circle in spider-compatible dimensions
Lift and gently twist each of the spider fasteners so that they are not gripping the spider to the board. The spider is the wire that designates the different regions of the board.
Lift the spider off of the board and place your circular photograph or image with the centre of the circle at the centre of the bullseye.
Reposition the spider over the photograph and twist the fasteners back over it so that they once again securely grip the spider.
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