Yeti for 2022

Yeti for 2022 – MicroPuzzles – 150 pieces

I know I just posted a MicroPuzzles puzzle a few days ago, but I’ve developed a health complication and haven’t been able to be at my board for the last several days. Unfortunately, it may be a week or more until I’m able to be back at the table; so the only puzzling available to me is in bed, on trays. Good thing there are so many mini puzzles from several different brands to keep me company. 😎

There are about 20 completed puzzles in the queue at the moment, so while my puzzling will be limited to smaller ones for now, you won’t be seeing them until nearer the end of January. But I always like to start the new year with a completed puzzle on January 1 – so we interrupt our December puzzles for a brand new one just completed this morning!

*Please forgive the less than optimal lighting, these pictures were taken in my bedroom, on a tray. I tried my best.*

This puzzle is from the MicroPuzzles subscription box I received in December, and it’s great having a New Year’s puzzle to share with you on New Year’s Day. Most of it was completed last year (yesterday), but I left a few pieces so that it would be the first completed puzzle of the new year. Isn’t it adorable?

Both this puzzle and the other one in the December subscription box have a little something extra too, something I haven’t seen before on any of the previous puzzles of theirs that I’ve done…

An image on the back as well! I saw all the snowflakes when I dumped out the pieces – they even helped me make sure I’d gotten the right pieces together along the edge. My assumption was that it was just a bunch of snowflakes on the back, but it was a lovely surprise when I flipped the completed puzzle over and saw the 2022. Very nice! The second December puzzle hasn’t been assembled yet, but I can see snowflakes on the backs of the pieces in the test tube; it could be the same image as above, or maybe something different – we’ll have to wait and see when I get to it.

It’s so nice for me to still be able to work on my puzzles when sitting up at the board isn’t an option, and having mini puzzles to work on to break up the monotony of watching television is a welcome distraction. There are many brands that have small puzzles that you can work on anywhere with just a little bit of space, and they make me very happy indeed!


Happy New Year to all my puzzle posse! I hope you are all safe and well, and here’s to a better year than the last. 💚🧩💚

9 thoughts on “Yeti for 2022

  1. Deb

    I love the back, what a nice surprise! I really have trouble with dark pieces. No matter how good the lighting is, it’s hard to see if the piece is a perfect fit.
    Not a great start to your year, hoping for better days.

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  2. They all look like great little puzzles! The (few) minipuzzles I have done haven’t been good quality, and nobody had put this much thought into the design. I hope you feel better soon and can get back to your board!

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  3. I love the Yeti….aka Bumbles in Rudolph the Red Nosed Reindeer. We nicknamed a friend of ours Bumbles as he is like 6’4″ and was the only one who could easily reach the top of our Christmas tree to put the star on top. So then we started saying, “Look what Bumbles can do…” and it stuck! LOL

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  4. Tayo

    Happy new year Stacey!!!!
    Hoping we all have a great year ahead.
    Hoping you get well soon.
    Haven’t been commenting much lately, I’m still here enjoying your blog as always.
    Do take care.

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