Seashell Puzzles For Kids and Adults

Before this blog became a seashell collecting and Florida beaches site, I planned to share a lot of my Zazzle products. Because I lived in New Hampshire, and not Florida, my work was made up of my seashell photography images. Since I couldn’t travel to Florida beaches, I took pictures of my seashell collection. Later I added them to puzzles.


About These Puzzles

I have designed them with my images and they are sold through Zazzle, who prints them and mails them out. Zazzle offers various size puzzles so you can choose what type you want.

Each puzzle will be shown in the size I selected as the sample image, but on each product page you will see options, such as oversized pieces, or more difficult puzzles with over 1,000 pieces. It depends on the original size of the photo, but in general, you will have lots of options.



Back then, Zazzle didn’t offer puzzles for sale. In fact, Zazzle’s inventory was much smaller than it is today. Now I can add my images to many types of items. I choose only the products that seem to sell well for me, and lately puzzles have been popular.


These puzzles contain my photos taken of my own seashell collection. Often I have learned right along with my readers about the shells I photographed. For instance, the two lightning whelks in the photo above have their own story.

Sometimes I can remember exactly where I collected a certain shell. And I do have my favorites. Some of the shells pictured here are at the bottom of a glass bowl and I haven’t seen them in years.


I’ve taken hundreds more photos since I’ve moved back to Florida and will be adding them to new products as time permits. Is there something you’d like to see on a puzzle? Leave a comment.

Add Your Own Photos Puzzle

The puzzle below is made up of two photo templates, so you can replace them with a favorite photo of your own. This photo puzzle is one size only because of the nature of the design.

View all my puzzles here

And please help yourself to seashell coloring page printouts by going to the links at the top of this blog. Pass them out to your kids, grandkids or students as you wish, and please only use them for personal fun.

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