Some of you like to frame your puzzles. But others worry it's too final:
"They shoot horses that can no longer run, I wonder if it would be criminal to glue, frame and hang an Artifact Puzzle because if a horse was born to run, an Artifact puzzle was born to be used, shared and reused."
But as this customer asks does framing have to be a final choice, or "Are some mounting methods easily reversible?"
Anyone have a good answer for that? And more generally, while we've published some advice on framing on how to frame wooden jigsaw puzzles, we'd love to hear any further advice (or experience with what not to do) for framing wooden jigsaw puzzles. You can leave a comment or email us at email@example.com.