How to use puzzles in my granddaughter’s bedroom?


I have a special needs granddaughter and she loves to put puzzles together. They are building a new home and I would like to know how to incorporate all her puzzles on a wall in her bedroom. They are glued and we have lots them to use

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  • Kathy Gunter Law Kathy Gunter Law on Sep 22, 2018

    Lay them out and see if you can tell a story with them.

  • William William on Sep 22, 2018

    How about mounting them on one wall as a feature wall.

    • Sheila Sheila on Sep 25, 2018

      That’s my idea but how do I mount them. Do not want to frame each individual

  • Colleen M Lance Colleen M Lance on Sep 22, 2018

    You could build a frame on the wall and inside that frame run a sheet of double sided tape film then the pieces can be put into the frame and on the tape. It would hold the pieces in place while the child is working on it. If they are already put together I would still build the frame but leave a gap at the top of it where the whole glued together puzzle can be slipped into the frame all in one piece. Then you can change out the puzzle fir other ones too by just pulling it back through top and sliding g in another one. Measure the puzzles you like the most and build frames accordingly.

  • Frame them and hang them up. You are so good to do this for her!

  • 4637385 4637385 on Sep 24, 2018

    Definitely framing and hanging them! What a special thing to do for her!

  • William William on Sep 25, 2018

    Don't know how many you have. How about using 3M double stick tape and group several together butting up the edges. Lay them out in a staggered starburst. May be two or three groups on a wall.

  • Fiddledd224 Fiddledd224 on Sep 25, 2018

    Mod Podge completed puzzles and frame them.