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Kids love puzzles and with this craft, you can make puzzles for the kids using photos of your family. It’s easy to do and fun to play.

Lego photo puzzles

What you’ll need:

  • Lego duplo
  • Double sided tape
  • Craft knife
  • Photos

Method:

  1. Stack 6 Duplo pieces together.
  2. Trace size of blocks onto the back of a photo and cut photo to size.
  3. Place double sided tape along one long side of each block.
  4. Stick photo to the blocks.
  5. Cut your photo with knife where each block finishes.
  6. Your puzzles are ready to use.

This is a great puzzle activity for the kids and so easy to make. You can also play mix and match and make funny pictures. Try it today.

Do you think your kids would love this game? Please add comment below.

Image source: Pinterest

  • I wouldn’t use photos, I treasure them far too much. But I will do these with magazine pictures

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  • wow this is a great idea for my lego loving hubby! wow father’s day gifting!

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  • That looks wonderful, thanks for sharing.

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  • What a great idea. I will definitely be using this.

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  • What a great idea. Will definitely be using this.

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  • I love this idea, very cleaver.

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  • Great craft ideas for the kids and great for using up Duplo the kids no longer play with.

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  • I love this idea and I think I might have some blocks from when my children were younger.

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  • These look great can’t wait to try them

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  • I love this :) could also use cartoon characters could make a very fun play set such a great idea!

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  • What a simple and creative idea!

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  • What a great idea. My toddler loves Duplo and puzzles so it is a perfect project!

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  • oh this is cool, what a great idea – fun for the kids and a great way to use up lego that isn’t being played with :)

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  • This is a great idea – and so simple!

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  • I love these! Imagine all the funny combinations you could make. A great twist on traditional puzzles for little ones.

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