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This was the most difficult puzzle so far from the Sweet & Salty multipack. It took me at least 10 times longer than a 300 piece normally does. Wow. And I have to say it looks amazingly real – if it were also a scented puzzle I wouldn’t be able to keep my son away from it!
Again, I’m naming these myself as they aren’t named on the box or in the foldout poster enclosed. I started the first few with just plain, boring, descriptive names like Donut and Macaroons. Yawn. Then I decided to punch it up a bit with What, No Chocolate?! and today’s Oh My, What a Pie! I’m hoping to keep finding more fun and interesting names, and perhaps I’ll come up with some enigmatic, bizarre sounding name that has absolutely nothing to do with the picture. 😁
Ceaco puzzles have a great selection of images to choose from, although sometimes I find the quality to be lacking. The quality of these puzzles has been better than I expected, especially from a multipack. The fit is excellent, the images are beautifully reproduced, and the pieces are a good thickness. Sometimes the chipboard is fanning on the backs of the pieces, and there are some that aren’t cut all the way through; overall though, the quality is good. Click the link above to see their puzzles currently in stock at Puzzle Warehouse.
This image was quite difficult, and had me working it completely differently than I normally would. I started off by separating all the pieces by shape, which is something I usually only do near the end of the puzzle or when there are large areas of one color. It doesn’t look as though it would be so challenging, but it really was! So much so that it overwhelmed me and I set it aside for several days and only worked on it a few pieces at a time.
As usual though, the closer you get to the end, the more you get excited to finish and see the entire puzzle completed. It’s not an easy one, but I was so proud when it was done! If you enjoy a challenge, consider the Sweet & Salty multipack by Ceaco, I’m enjoying it very much! 4 down, 4 to go. 👍
- Title: Oh My, What a Pie!
- Artist: iStock
- Brand: Ceaco
- Piece count: 300 pieces
- Size: Approx. 14 in. (36 cm)
- Purchased: N/A, sent for review
- Board: Good
- Cutting: Good
- Image: Very good
- Box: Average, 8 puzzles in 1 box
- Fit: Very good
- Puzzle Dust: Moderate amount
- Piece cut: Grid cut
- Piece shapes: Good variety
- Finish: Slightly shiny finish, lays flat
Overall Rating: Good, recommended
4 thoughts on “Review: Oh My, What a Pie!”
That Multi-pack would go directly to my hips! Hehe!
Mine too! Although you haven’t seen the hot dogs, they don’t look very appetizing to me at all!
Very ugly puzzle beurk!
Oh dear! Not a fan? LOL