How do you stick a puzzle?

How do you stick a puzzle?

Place the wax paper underneath the puzzle and use a rolling pin to ensure that the puzzle is as flat as possible. Pour the glue on top of the puzzle and then use a piece of cardboard or a business card to spread the glue evenly over the puzzle.

What Mod Podge is best for puzzles?

There are several varieties of Mod Podge brand products, but Puzzle Saver is definitely the best choice for this job. It comes in a large plastic jar, which is enough for at least a dozen puzzles, and a small plastic jar, which will serve at least a couple of puzzles.

What’s the best way to preserve a puzzle?

The best way to preserve your puzzle for framing is by using puzzle glue. There are dedicated puzzle glues on Amazon, but our favorite glue is the classic Mod Podge Puzzle Saver. All you need is Mod Podge and something to apply it – we use a putty knife but we’ve see people use a brush too.

How do you use peel and stick puzzle saver?

Peel & Stick Puzzle Saver. This kit makes preserving your puzzles a breeze. All you need to do is flip your puzzle over, peel the backing off one of the adhesive sheets, and stick it to the back of the finished puzzle. Customers say the hardest part of this process is flipping the puzzle over.

Do you glue a puzzle on the front or back?

Should I glue the front or back of the puzzle? Gluing one side of your puzzle will hold the pieces together, and gluing either front or back can work for this purposes. However, gluing both sides will provide the greatest stability and prevent pieces from coming loose.

What to put under a puzzle to glue it?

It’s important to put a piece of thin plastic, wax paper, or something similar underneath your puzzle before you glue. This will prevent a big mess from the puzzle adhering itself to your table or surface. There are many types of puzzle glue including spray-on, powder, and liquid.

Do you glue the front or back of a puzzle?

How do you seal a finished puzzle?


  1. Transport the puzzle to an area where you know it will be safe (like on top of wax paper).
  2. Apply a medium layer of Mod Podge Puzzle Saver, being sure to get all of the corners. Let dry.
  3. Look for any loose pieces and secure them with more glue. Let dry.
  4. Give the entire puzzle one more coat of Puzzle Saver.

What can I use instead of puzzle glue?

One can use Wood glue, White crafts glue, or Epoxy resin to seal off the puzzle pieces together. The easiest way to do this is, of course, puzzle glue.

Can you laminate puzzles?

Laminating just the back of the puzzle should provide enough stability to hold the pieces in place. However, if you’ll be moving the puzzle around a lot or you just want extra piece of mind, it’s completely fine to laminate the front, too.

What glue is best for puzzles?

So the best glues for gluing puzzles are transparent drying glues, that are strong and liquid. Puzzle Glue, Wood Glue, White Crafts Glue, and Epoxy Resin were the glues that achieved the best results. All of these glues are perfect for gluing Puzzles but the easiest to use is regular Puzzle Glue.