Mixed Flowers in an Earthenware Pot

Mixed Flowers in an Earthenware Pot by Pierre Auguste Renoir – Wentworth Wooden Puzzles – 40 pieces

I spent about 4 days in bed last week; I wanted to work on puzzles so I got out a few of my micro puzzles from Wentworth so that I could assemble them on a cookie sheet while lying down. This was my first Renoir!

I don’t always enjoy working fine art puzzles, the brush strokes and indistinct shapes make assembly more difficult. Sometimes the challenge is just what I need, and sometimes I just don’t want to have to think so hard. Although when there are only 40 pieces my brain doesn’t have to work too strenuously for too long – thank goodness! 😉

I think there are probably still 10 or more of these Wentworth micro puzzles I have yet to assemble. They’re perfect for when I want to puzzle and don’t have much time, space, or energy to assemble a larger one. I’m so glad we found the micro puzzles, and am looking forward to putting together more of them.

I love working with wooden puzzles; even though the fit is loose and sometimes the piece shape is very evident I don’t really care. I just bought myself a present of a new Liberty puzzle and can’t wait for it to arrive. It doesn’t matter that it’s expensive, I don’t apologize for treating myself to something that makes me happy.

2 thoughts on “Mixed Flowers in an Earthenware Pot

  1. puzzler

    How is that 1000 puzzle that is currently on your board going? I had considered purchasing it, the image is stunning, but then decided that all the tree bark, tree leaves, and grass would probably be way too tedious to assemble.


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