Friday, November 20, 2015

Crafting a Peanuts Themed Thanksgiving Puzzle


In preparation for next week's festivities, I put together a quick 3x3 square puzzle for the "kids' table"...


...following the same instructions as for last year's Dr. Who themed, stocking stuffer puzzle, a simple grid in Paint...


...and a few appropriately clad characters from the image of a bulletin board set (again since this is just for personal use, I think that's okay).

Just as for the Dr. Who puzzle, once I had the images arranged on the grid, I printed the page, glued it to the blank side of an empty cereal box, and covered the backside with construction paper before encasing both sides in clear contact paper, and cutting the pieces apart into a puzzle that ought to keep the teens (and their younger sibs) occupied while the adults yammer away over plates of pumpkin pie.


3 comments:

maryanne @ mama smiles said...

Simple and fun!

Ticia said...

I loved puzzles like that as a kid.

Camie Madsen said...

I love your puzzles. So clever!