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Meerkats
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Meerkats
7 days ago
 
My sister is mad on doing puzzles so she did this one last September , I have finally modge podged it as I can’t bear it to be broken up and put back in the box I shall now frame it and hang it in my craft room that looks on to the garden. It is all the small UK garden birds.



Linda x

  
purplelisa
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purplelisa
5 days ago
 
Great idea rather then breaking it up.xx
  
Crafty nannie
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Crafty nannie
5 days ago
 
Hi Linda , do you modpodge both sides and how many coats are needed , I have a puzzle I don’t want to break up .
  
Meerkats
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Meerkats
5 days ago
 
I have modge podge the front only you can do the back which makes doubley sure it won’t come apart. I did one coat which was enough for me as going in a frame I I don’t want it to be too shinny . Put it on thick and the one coat working it down in to the cracks . What is your puzzle of I would love to see a photo . Oh one thing I opened a window while doing it as the I don’t like to breathe it in I know it’s not toxic but I prefer to do that. Linda x
  
Crafty nannie
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Crafty nannie
4 days ago
 
Hi Linda thank you for the advice , my jigsaw is a picture of Princess street in Edinburgh my home town , it is set in the 50s with the old tram cars pictured , I will look it out and take a pic . Is there an inexpensive way to get it framed , I paid about £70 to get my cross stitch framed .
  
maritrez
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maritrez
4 days ago
 
That's some ambitious jigsaw!!
Well done , your sister, Linda!!

Fab that you will be permanently embalming it - well worth keeping, that!!
  
Towst
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Towst
3 days ago
 
it will look great on your wall Linda,

Liz how about a poster frame, they come in all sizes and if it's not a thick wooden puzzle it might fit and you could just frame it yourself.


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