What Are You Working On?


I’m working on this image as a 500 piece Milton Bradley puzzle at the moment. I’m hoping to be finished with it today if I can wake up my apparently exhausted brain. My puzzle is a bit darker than this though, if the image on mine was this light it would have been finished yesterday! 🙂

What are you working on?

8 thoughts on “What Are You Working On?

  1. Amy

    Hi Stacey, that image looks like a lot of fun to me. Probably because I collect three things; puzzles, music and bags. Anyhoots, starting a Ceaco 1000 today. Found it at the library, Jungle Bluff. Vroom, Vroom (go Brain Function!)

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      1. Amy

        Yes, they do. And they also always have a puzzle in progress in the community room. Hardly anybody passes by without putting in a pied or two.

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  2. Mandy

    Hi Stacey, I love this puzzle and have it on my wish list 🙂
    Currently working on a Jan Van Haasteren “The Kitchen”, This is my third 2000 piece in a row so will definitely be looking for a smaller one next time……

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    1. How are you liking it? I love JVH’s images, but not normally for puzzling – I just like to look at them. LOL I’m not too much a fan of the super busy images with a hundred people. They’re so interesting, and very detailed. I commend anyone who does them though, they’re a lot of work. Good for you, you’re a braver woman than I am!

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  3. Mandy

    I love JVH puzzles and have done a number over the years. Yes, they are very busy puzzles but lots of fun, especially when you find all the hidden characters and items. I normally stick to a 1000/1500 piece count though.
    This one is turning out to be a challenge as there is not much colour difference which means you are constantly referring to the box image. I wish they would give you a larger poster with this size puzzle, my eyes aren’t what they used to be!!!

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    1. I think it’s the constantly referring to the box that I don’t care for the most. But everyone has their pet peeves and certain likes and dislikes. I have great admiration for those who can assemble and enjoy his images, they’re very challenging! Good on you!


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