Review: It’s The Great Pumpkin, Charlie Brown

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It’s the Great Pumpkin, Charlie Brown by Charles Schulz – USAopoly – 500 pieces

Super fun! The first Halloween puzzle I’ve done this season, and I enjoyed it very much. I’ve come around to shaped puzzles, I never really wanted to do them before. Now that I’ve got quite a few under my belt, I appreciate the nice change of pace that they offer. Their shapes make them very interesting to assemble.

I didn’t start with the edge of this one, although I normally try to find all the edges of shaped puzzles to see how much I can assemble. I started with Linus and Sally, they were the easiest to pick out. Then I worked on Snoopy’s silhouette and the moon. The pumpkins were easier than I thought they’d be! I enjoyed the challenge of this one, it wasn’t too easy. I had a great time with the entire puzzle; easy parts were quick and satisfying, challenging parts kept me entertained and focused.

I love the fall and Halloween. I don’t have too many Halloween puzzles, but I’m enjoying the ones I do have. Here’s hoping the thrift stores have some more after the holiday! 😉

Details:

  • Title:                  It’s the Great Pumpkin, Charlie Brown
  • Artist:                Charles Schulz
  • Brand:               USAopoly
  • Piece count:     500 pieces
  • Size:                  Approx. 19 x 19 in. (48 x 48 cm)
  • Purchased:      Used, thrift store

Quality:

  • Board:               Thin but sturdy
  • Cutting:             Good – fully separated, some hanging paper
  • Image:               Very good
  • Box:                   Collectible tin
  • Fit:                     Normal/Average
  • Puzzle Dust:     None
  • Piece cut:          Random
  • Piece shapes:   Very good variety
  • Finish:               Shiny finish, lays flat

Overall Rating:      Good,  recommended

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