This is a beautiful image, and a very good quality puzzle. This was the first puzzle I assembled after mom passed, and I was worried that puzzling without her would be too difficult emotionally. I was happily surprised that once I started the actual assembly, my “puzzle brain” took over and I was engrossed with the picture and the pieces. I’m not usually someone who enjoys photographic puzzles, but I found this one both entertaining and calming.
FairHope Promise Puzzles is a subscription service where you get a new puzzle every month with a 30 day devotional included; but it seems you can also just purchase the puzzles without the subscription by clicking here. Their catalog is small, but they do have some interesting and very pretty images. They also make and sell a variety of other Christian themed items, including greeting cards and music cds.
The quality was very good – the pieces are a good thickness with a nice variety of shapes and they fit together extremely well. The image reproduction is beautiful, with lovely bright colors; though the finish is somewhat shiny. There weren’t many dark areas in the puzzle though, so the shiny pieces weren’t too difficult under artificial light. In addition, each puzzle includes a poster to help with assembly, which I love. My eyesight is getting worse by the day it seems, and having the poster as a reference definitely helps!
I enjoyed this assembly very much, and it was an excellent choice for the very first puzzle I did after losing mom. Although I know these puzzles won’t appeal to everyone who reads the blog – we puzzlers are a wonderfully varied group – for those who might be interested I can definitely recommend these puzzles. 👍
- Title: God’s Comfort
- Artist: Promise Puzzles
- Brand: Promise Puzzles
- Piece count: 300 pieces
- Size: Approx. 18 x 24 in. (46 x 61 cm)
- Purchased: N/A, sent for review
- Board: Very good
- Cutting: Very good
- Image: Very good
- Box: Average
- Fit: Very good
- Puzzle Dust: Small amount
- Piece cut: Grid cut
- Piece shapes: Very good variety
- Finish: Shiny finish, lays flat
Overall Rating: Very good, recommended
2 thoughts on “Review: God’s Comfort”
It is a really pretty image. I am not a very religious person by nature, but I do think there was a reason this particular puzzle was the first one you put together after losing Mom. It did comfort you in your time of need and that is wonderful.
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