Although it looks difficult, the puzzle above was quite fun to assemble. The different textures of each of the candies were easy enough to distinguish, and I found myself enjoying it much more than I thought I would. That happens to me a lot, and I don’t know why I don’t just jump in and start doing puzzles; even if I’m not sure I’m going to like it, or even if I think I might even dislike it. Cause I’m a doofus sometimes, that’s why.
I like Cobble Hill puzzles very much. The linen coating on the puzzle and on the box feels luxurious and is even helpful if you’ve got a lot of sameness. If there is a bunch of blue sky the linen on the puzzle can show you if a piece lies vertically or horizontally in the puzzle. Bonus! The pieces are randomly cut which can be more difficult to some, or more enjoyable for others. Personal preference. I’ve never had a Cobble Hill puzzle that wasn’t very good quality. They have a lot of great puzzles to choose from as well. One of the companies I never hesitate to purchase from.
Candy Jars was a fun puzzle, with just enough difficulty to be a challenge. The colors were bright and fun, and the candy made me hungry for sweets!