DIY Postcards puzzles


Do you want to send someone a postcard in the mail? Make a puzzle card! Send the pieces in the corresponding envelope so that the recipient has to puzzle first to read the message. Well in this case the puzzle is not very difficult (9 pieces) but funny to receive! The blank puzzles are also available in larger sizes (a5, A4 and 3) so if you'd like, you can make them and send the pieces in an envelope.

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The white cardboard puzzles are from Color Me! (Collall) and the name says it all, you still have to color them yourself! These A6 puzzles come with 6 pieces in a package, including 6 envelopes. So you can rejoice 6 people with a self-drawn puzzle card. For a birthday, anniversary, birth, thank you, Valentine's Day, etc. Or make it invitation tickets for your children's party, maternity party, tea visit, Easter lunch, Christmas dinner, etc., too much to mention!

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KaatJevana signs a congratulations card for Sophie, who turns 11 years old.

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(The puzzles are online HERE to order)

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