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Big puzzles can at first seem to be very daunting, but when you complete it you feel a great sense of accomplishment. It doesn't matter if your puzzle is 50 peices or 1000 pieces using the same technique you are able to solve the puzzle no matter how intricate the image may be.
Always start by separating all the pieces according to whether they are edges or not, when you have separated all the pieces take the edges and start putting together your boarder. This helps give you a nice starting point and it gives you an idea of the size of the puzzle.
Once the border is completed if you are working with friends or family you can split up with image inside, like if its a landscape one could do the sky while another does the ground. I find it easiest to pull out all the pieces that go with the area you want to work on and lay them out facing you to see what matches.
After the big parts of the puzzle are completed the smaller things will begin to fall into place and before you know it the puzzle will be finished!
choices: 1) a cat is carrying off the pieces 2) you have a burglar (one stole a pop up book from me) 3) you have wandered into the wrong house 4) your puzzle in made of pieces of ice cream 5) you have a child that likes to complete what you start
when doing picture puzzles ( jigsaws) the best place to start is the edge pieces ( those pieces with straight sides
corners will have 2 straight edges joined and the rest will be one side straight
then go for same colours or lines
You can do it. Just be patient. Try to match up the pieces from the sheets with the image on the paper. It's kinda like a puzzle anyway. Do you give up on a jigsaw puzzle because you don't know where the pieces go? No. You just look at the picture on the box and try to make it work.
Q: I have a missing puzzle piece. How can I get a replacement puzzle?
A: The Charles Wysocki Gallery does not make the puzzles. We buy them from Hasbro. Please visit Hasbro's website at www.hasbro.com and click on their customer service link for help with missing puzzle pieces.
I don't think there is a diagram for this... Really... You can't put together a five or six piece puzzle??? Use the seat bolt holes& stuff as guides. The front piece can only fit there, and then you only have four or five pieces left!!!