Frame

So you finished your Piece of Mind puzzle! Congrats! The hard part is over, now all you have to do is frame your beautiful puzzle and hang it on your wall as a keepsake.


After spending countless hours figuring out what the best method for preserving a puzzle is, I've created this page to guide you through the process in three easy steps.


There's a handful of solutions out there (glue, adhesive cloth, tape, etc.) but the easiest and cleanest method is to use these Puzzle Presto adhesive sheets. They're available on Amazon for purchase but each pack has twice as many sheets as you need. Or you can also purchase the sheets on my store for half the cost and the perfect number of sheets.


Step 1: Carefully flip your puzzle upside down so the image is facing down. I recommend sliding the completed puzzle on a piece of flat cardboard and placing another piece of cardboard to sandwich the puzzle in between. Make sure the puzzle is held securely before you flip!


Step 2: Spread the adhesive sheets across the puzzle and allow them to overlap each other. Make sure the adhesive doesn’t exceed the puzzle edges. 3 sheets should cover the entire puzzle with lots of wiggle room.


Step 3: Peel off the adhesive backing and place it on the back of your puzzle. Firmly press down on the sheets and use a rolling pin to make sure every piece is locked in.
That’s it! No messy glue, and no falling pieces! Puzzle Presto recommends you set your puzzle aside for a few hours before you begin moving it around since the bond will strengthen over time.


You can hang your completed puzzle on your wall or put it in a nice 18”x24” poster frame to match the rest of your home decor. Enjoy!