Gather your materials
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Carefully cut open your cardboard box
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Make your cardboard into a rectangle
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Draw your puzzle design onto the cardboard
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Try to fill the space and use a variety of colors
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Now it’s time to draw the puzzle pieces on the back
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You can start with vertical lines that have a “bump” alternating left and right
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In line 1. You can see how the bump goes left, right, left and so on
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Draw a straight line, then curve to the left, draw straight, then curve to the right
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Line 2. Will be OPPOSITE of 1. Start straight again but then curve to the right, straight, then left
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Line 3. Will be drawn like line 1.
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The higher number of lines increases the puzzle difficulty. Aim for between 3-7 lines.
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Rotate your cardboard so that your lines are horizontal
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Now we have to draw another set of vertical lines. Alternate left and right again. It can be curvier
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Your lines don’t have to be in a different color. This was just to show the second set better.
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2-5 lines will be good. Remember to make it the right level of challenging for yourself
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Very carefully, cut on the lines that you drew
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A tip to help with the cutting; cut along the vertical lines first. You will end up with strips
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Now you can cut out the individual puzzle piece a little bit easier
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Put your pieces away in a bag or container until someone is ready to try it
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Time to try out and enjoy your creation
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Well done!
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