How to make a crossword from scratch with your own two hands!
With a quick and dirty solution you’ll get a real-life, complete puzzle, a true challenge to get through!
What to pack in your new crossword?
Crossword book and puzzles to play with, all the ingredients you need to get your crossword back in your hands!
What you’ll need: 2 sheets of paper to fill in the puzzle box with: The box contains 1x 1x1x1 paper, a ruler, ruler pen and some glue (or paint thinner).
You’ll need the ruler and ruler pen to mark the box with the letters.
You can buy glue or paint thinner here.
The box has two pieces of paper: The top piece contains the answer, the middle piece contains all the pieces of the puzzle, and the bottom piece contains your own answer.
The top and bottom pieces of each puzzle have to be placed on top of each other in order to finish the puzzle.
You’ll then use the ruler to mark which piece is the answer.
This is the part where you can do a little experimenting to get the right placement, or use your fingers to pick up the pieces.
You don’t have to use the whole box.
The solution you need is: Put the top piece of each box piece into a large box (you’ll need to buy glue to glue the pieces together).
Place the middle part of each piece into the top box piece, the bottom part of the middle box piece and the top and lower parts of the top/bottom pieces of all the other pieces of your puzzle into the bottom box.
Fill the bottom pieces up to the box edge, mark them with the ruler, and mark with the glue.
Now put the top pieces in the box, the rest of the box pieces and the glue into the box.
Use your ruler and put your box back together!
You now have a completed crossword!
Your puzzle will be very easy to solve, because you don’t need to remember all the parts.
It’s all just in the answer piece!
Here’s a link to the finished puzzle, where you will see that there are 6 different pieces, and that each piece is marked by the answer to the puzzle piece: http://www.facebook.com/pages/Bubble-Bath-A-Crossword/28261216490197