At any time of the year, having some affordable, conversation-starting, and indoor-oriented family games on hand, such as jigsaw puzzles is a good idea. Jigsaw puzzles have always been a popular household pastime. It may be a way to relieve stress or an enjoyable way to spend a few relaxing hours with the sole purpose of completing the puzzle.
If you recently purchased a jigsaw puzzle, you are in for a treat. That's because they can both be entertaining yet challenging to do.
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HOW TO SOLVE JIGSAW PUZZLES FAST
Have Proper Lighting
Cool puzzles deserve good lighting. It's crucial for clearly seeing the colors and patterns on the puzzle, which is a must for every puzzle enthusiast.
While floor lamps can offer temporary illumination, they can also cast shadows. On the other hand, desk lamps could be useful for completing jigsaw puzzles.
If you wish to use a desk lamp, go with a cordless one to avoid potential mishaps.
Select The Right Surface to Complete Your Jigsaw Puzzle
It's critical to pick a puzzle area that won't interfere with everyday activities. With a designated spot, you can take out all the pieces without worrying about them getting misplaced.
While assembling a puzzle on a kitchen table is ideal, it may not be the right location for your activity. Try considering a card table or any flat ground that can't be disrupted easily.
If not, complete the puzzle in a low-traffic area that's also large enough to accommodate the size of the puzzle while remaining undisturbed. If you need to relocate it, a puzzle mat might work wonders.
Flip All Puzzle Pieces So That The Picture Side Is Facing Up
To prevent breathing any factory dust, gently remove the puzzle pieces from the box one at a time.
Turning up all the pieces can help you save time during assembly. It may also require some patience on your part, though. It's a tedious but necessary step and an excellent family bonding activity.
Begin With Puzzle Corners And Work Your Way Toward The Center.
Separate the border and middle pieces and group them according to color, structure, or pattern. Then start assembling the corners and border.
Moreover, it's best to break the puzzle up into manageable chunks. Once you've completed a small section, it's time to integrate it into the rest of the puzzle.
Take A Break But Don't Give Up
Puzzles come in various forms, sizes, and levels of difficulty. You may need to take a break from putting the puzzle together from time to time. And that's because regardless of how motivated you are, you can't expect to finish a jigsaw puzzle in one afternoon.
If you're exhausted, take a break and return with fresh eyes — it always helps.
Puzzles should be enjoyable, not frustrating. If it takes longer than you anticipated, remember that this isn't uncommon. The more puzzles you complete, the easier they become. After all, completing jigsaw puzzles should be one of the most fun things you can engage in.
Challenge yourself with a more difficult puzzle to see how far you can push yourself. Just keep in mind that repetition and familiarity with jigsaw puzzles can help you improve your skills even faster. Good luck!