Another new puzzle company, who knew that there were so many? Puzzle Makers International – not too shabby. 🙂
The pieces were mostly what mom and I call “ballerina” pieces. Two prongs and two holes = two/two = tutu = ballerina! See how my “interesting” mind works? Anyway, even though almost all the pieces were ballerinas it was still a fun puzzle to assemble. The pieces were quite thick which is always a good sign, they fit together very well and the image quality was very nice!
The artwork by Roseanne Kaloustian is an adorable image of a boy fishing with his trusty dog by his side. I can’t define what it is, but something about this picture made me want to do the puzzle right away. I have no idea why – or I can’t verbalize it properly. Needless to say, we got going on this one immediately!
It was quite an enjoyable assembly and mom and I got it done in one afternoon. Those Friday visits are excellent for puzzling. We were both impressed with the quality of the puzzle and look forward to finding more new puzzle companies to try. Especially when we find them at the thrift store! 😎