How to Frame a Puzzle
Many people like to frame completed puzzles for display. There are many ways to do this yourself, or an easy solution is to take it to your local craft or framing store and have it done professionally.
To transport your puzzle to a craft store, make sure it is glued first - then sandwich between two pieces of cardboard or use one of the many storage options available. Make sure to keep it covered to avoid damages in the transport process.
We recommend having the puzzle drymounted (adhered to a thick piece of sturdy foam board) before framing to preserve the puzzle and ensure no pieces fall out.
Puzzles should be covered with glass or a nice transparent plastic sheet after they are framed because the cover will protect the puzzle from fingerprints or scratches. The cover will also help secure the puzzle from collapsing or bowing from within the frame. Many customers recommend using conservation glass with built-in UV protection which will keep the puzzle colors looking vibrant for many years without fading. Once the puzzle is framed, it will look great and last a long time without any worry.