How do I frame a puzzle?

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  • Mawmawkathy9 Mawmawkathy9 on Nov 17, 2018

    Gosh, Robert, the sky's the limit for those! Depending on the subject(s), you wouldn't even need a frame. You could mount it on a finished piece of wood, or off setting tile, depending on how big your puzzle is. You can scour thrift stores until you find exactly what it is that you're looking for ( you'll know it when you see it). Just sayin...

  • Mogie Mogie on Nov 17, 2018

    Do you want to know how to make your own, what styles are for sale, how to finish a frame, etc.?

  • Pat Rios Pat Rios on Nov 17, 2018

    The idea above is great. You can also buy a cheap frame from Michaels, Walmart or even a Thrift shop. The frame needs to be larger than your puzzle. Glue your puzzle on a thick white or black paper with the dimensions of the frame, and insert your puzzle into the frame. Good luck!

  • Johnavallance82 Johnavallance82 on Nov 17, 2018

    Hi, Do you want to know how to Frame a puzzle? If so, I will tell you. First transfer your puzzle onto a puzzle board. Then place another piece of thin MDF or Hardboard on top and flip the puzzle over onto its front. Place the board you want to transfer it onto permanently on a table and spread over the glue/adhesive. Lay it on top of the upside down puzzle and leave until it is fully stuck and dry before turning it over to show the right side uppermost. If you have left enough of a border around the puzzle you will be able to fix a frame of beading around it. If not trim and apply a rebated beading or trim to the puzzle edge...........