Candy

Candy – MicroPuzzles – 150 pieces

This little one took a long time; it was difficult but enjoyable. You might think with all those bright colors and different candies that it wouldn’t be that challenging at all – I know I thought that. I was wrong.

It proved to test my brain power a little bit, and although it took a while longer than expected it was still lots of fun. Finding where a small section went on my own without checking the picture was quite satisfying – you know what I mean. Figuring out where a certain part is placed in the puzzle with no help from the image at all gives me a small measure of self-satisfaction – I’m not explaining it well but I hope some of you understand.

Great little puzzle!

8 thoughts on “Candy

  1. Beth

    I totally get what you are saying. It makes me feel smarter to assemble without the image. I did that recently for a couple of 500 piece Re-marks collage puzzles.

    I vaguely recall one of your blog posts from long ago where you posed a dollar bill (or maybe a coin) next to an assembled MicroPuzzle. Can you point me in the direction of that post?

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      1. Beth

        Oh my! Those are such tiny pieces for a 150 piece puzzle! I visited their site a few days ago and liked that some of their images were done by autistic kids with great artistic talent.

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      2. Beth

        I remember that Boston Terrier image with the heart shaped nose, it was charming.

        This is one that I really liked:

        There’s lots of great images on the site, but some images look like they’d be very difficult and challenging to assemble, like this one:
        https://cdn.shopify.com/s/files/1/0030/2845/1397/products/ITALY_600x.jpg?v=1587037146

        Are you treating yourself to the Boston Terrier puzzle or do you know that it’s the next puzzle you’ll receive in your subscription box?

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