Fishing, Sailing and Catching Frogs

Fishing, Sailing
Fishing, Sailing and Catching Frogs by Bonnie White – MasterPieces – 500 pieces

I really enjoy an Americana image now and then, and this was no different. I’ve done several puzzles with Bonnie White’s artwork, and I find them to be charming, detailed, and completely entertaining.

The pieces looked pretty much all green as I got started, and it looked as though it was going to be difficult. But as I went along and got more used to the image and what went where, the pieces made more sense. I could see that this green went with the apple tree, and that green went with the fields, etc.

I truly enjoyed this image, and it was quicker to go together than I thought it would be. Even with the hundreds, perhaps thousands of puzzles I’ve put together – I am still wrong a LOT of the time about whether or not I will enjoy a certain image and how difficult it will be. 🤷‍♀️

Fishing, Sailing 1
Fishing….

I thought I’d show you what the title means. Fishing in the stream….

Fishing, Sailing 2
Sailing….

The boys are sailing their boats in the creek…

Fishing, Sailing 3
Catching frogs!

And catching frogs. I love this little guy! I was quite a tomboy when I was younger and I don’t want to brag, but I caught quite a few frogs in my day. 🐸

6 thoughts on “Fishing, Sailing and Catching Frogs

  1. Deb

    I LOVE Bonnie White’s work. I did a 1000 piece Christmas puzzle that was so beautifully quaint. I find her puzzles a little difficult but the colorful detailed results are worth it.

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  2. I made this one 2-3 days ago and am always disappointed of US puzzle quality. The pieces are to thin for me and not « squared » enough as We have here in Europe.

    So sad because I love the picture (and made it framed by the way 😁)

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