This is my maze I created for the Fourth of July and also to honor one of my favorite cities in the world, New York, NY! Who doesn’t love Lady Liberty?
I had some fun with the start and finish on this one. I used the verbiage on the top and bottom of the image to help everyone figure out where the beginning and end are.
All of the mazes start out as a pencil sketch and then are filled in with markers. This is the first maze the I created from a monument and won’t be the last one.
Here’s a stop motion I filmed as I created the puzzle. You can see how I fill in the sketch of the maze and slowly create the final product. The video will show you how the maze is filled in and should give you a good idea of how I create the puzzles.
If you don’t want to print the mazes at home please consider using the VistaPrint link below. VistaPrint is the vendor I use to print my mazes on card-stock to hand out to friends and family. I have found that they are the highest quality and the most affordable of the print vendors. Also I like that they allow for small batch printing which keeps the price affordable. I print them on 5.5 x 8.5 postcards and they turn out fantastic.
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