Looking for a collaborative and fun (or potentially frustrating, depending on the difficulty level ) ice breaker for your next workshop or team activity?
I give you:
The Collaborative Jigsaw Puzzle Ice Breaker!
This is my first ice breaker published in Miroverse, and since I'm not the biggest fan of ice breakers myself, I'm pretty proud about it.
//End of brag
I got the inspiration for this template while working on the Womxen at Work: Mix & Match template with
Some weeks later… Ta-daaa!
Really nice one
@Henrik Ståhl. #mirofication 👍🏽👌🏽
Oh, by the way: Does any of you Mironeers recognize the motif in the 165-piece puzzle? 😉
WOW, Such prompt responses I am impressed.
Thank you for the replies and helping.
I’m trying to create a net new puzzle and learn the process to pass on to others. My intention is to host a team event in Miro and use the puzzle as an ice breaker; however, I do anticipate once I hold this meeting it will be asked “how did you do that”? I would prefer not to be the only one with the knowledge on how to and thus in the learning mode.
I have a photo, a puzzle image, and can user either MS word, Power Point to create the desired puzzle.
I’ve been able to use PPT and take an image, set it as BKG, and then overlay the puzzle image with layering for a now puzzle layer. I have been using insert shapes and drawing over each of the puzzle pieces individually.
I was wondering if there’s a way to “cut” or “mark” the puzzle pieces into their respective shapes without having to draw each image. Then having to save each one as an image, like you said a bit tedious.
Am I doing this right or is there another way?
Again thank you for responses and willingness to help.
I love me some Miró artwork!!!
I had so much fun doing these puzzles! However, I haven’t tackled the Joan Miro one yet - that one might take me a few hours..
But the four board links in the “Ready? Let’s go!” box are all pointing to another board: https://miro.com/app/board/uXjVO5YczSU=/
The result: Anyone who duplicates the template to their account and uses the links in the “Ready? Let’s go!” box will be taken to boards to which they have no access.
The workaround: Manual pan down to the desired puzzle.
Thanks for the heads up Robert! 💜
I used a puzzle grid similar to this one:
Opened it in Photoshop and made it transparent, placed it on top of the image I wanted to make a jigsaw of, marked a selection, and copy-pasted the individual piece into a separate image file. Saved them as PNGs.
It was a bit tedious and I am 100% sure there’s a much easier way to do it, but it got the job done! 😄
Thanks a lot
@Said Saddouk, so glad you like it! 🙏 Let me know how fast you finish the 🤯😱🥴 puzzle if you ever attempt it. Hehe.
Love the this idea.
Would like help to create my own version in Miro but not sure how. Need assistance please?