I created the puzzle piece boxes for a very special reason. My son has ASD (Autism Spectrum Disorder) and one of the symbols for Autism is the puzzle piece. The month of April is Autism Awareness month, and April 2, 2016 is the eighth annual World Autism Awareness Day.
Though I created these boxes to represent Autism Awareness they can be used in many other ways. In addition to the center pieces, I created side and corner pieces so you can make a completed puzzle in any size you like. I made a wedding/anniversary party favor puzzle as an example. Each guest will take a puzzle piece from the assembled puzzle for a party favor as they leave. Of course the theme could be changed to anything you like.
A single puzzle piece, with a “puzzly” phrase on it would make a fun gift too. Or you could print and cut pictures of your family on the top of the puzzle for a family reunion. Really, anything goes with these cute puzzle piece boxes and I hope you enjoy creating fun and original gifts with them.A Craft Room Membership is required to access additional content. Please Join Now or Login!