After building the very large pirate ship, this little 16 piece puzzle was a breeze! What a nice gift (it came in the box with the Queen Anne’s Revenge); it only took me about 10 minutes or so to put it together.
This 3D puzzle was fun, but even as small as it was you had to pay attention. I had to take apart a few pieces because I didn’t look as closely at the instructions as I should have. Perhaps overconfidence had set in because I had finished the very large pirate ship and was feeling pretty darn proud of myself.
I enjoyed putting it together, and although I still prefer a standard jigsaw puzzle, it’s pretty entertaining to take a break from the norm and mix it up with something new. Have you tried a 3D puzzle?
2 thoughts on “Empire State Building”
Love the Empire State Building!
I had a lot of fun assembling a plastic pieces vase from Pintoo. Goldfinches.
I am looking at the St Basil’s Cathedral 3D paper model by Clever Paper. It’s over 300 pieces and looks magnificent. I have never done one of those paper models and am a little scared to attempt it but it looks so lovely! You can see it on Amazon.
Thanks Ellen! I would love to find one of those Pintoo vases, they’re beautiful and the look quite fun to assemble.
I’ve never heard of Clever Paper or 3D paper models – that sounds so interesting! I’m going to have to check it out. 🙂