Just Ducky

Just Ducky
Just Ducky by Richard Wolfe – Sunsout – 500 pieces

This cutie was more fun than I thought it would be. I don’t always enjoy Sunsout puzzles, as some of them have such a tight fit, it’s off-putting for me. But the fit on this one was quite good and just the right amount of hold.

I actually put off assembling it for quite a while, because I thought the background would be awful to get through. I had a great time with the assembly though, and the background didn’t take nearly as much time as I feared it would.

I’m still surprised by puzzles; ones I think will be great fun turn out to be boring or tedious, and ones that I dread assembling turn out to be charming and much more pleasant than anticipated. You’d think after the hundreds and hundreds of puzzles I’ve assembled that I’d be a better judge of what I will enjoy. Nope. Still as clueless as ever.

But I’m cute, with a great sense of humor – so I’m still a catch! ☺

Rufff Riders

Rufff Riders
Rufff Riders – Ceaco – 700 pieces

This was an unexpected find in a thrift store puzzle. Our local Goodwill sometimes overprices the puzzles, and a wonderful person who donated their puzzles added an extra puzzle in a few boxes. We bought 3 of them that each had a bonus puzzle inside – and this was one of the bonuses.

They included a side of the original box in a zippered plastic bag with all the pieces, so we even had a small picture of what the puzzle looks like! Even though we had to pay more than we wanted to for the puzzles, we got 3 free ones. 😎

This Ceaco puzzle wasn’t the best quality, but to be fair I have no idea how many times it had been assembled previously. There were quite a few tabs sticking up, and some image lift too. The fit was good though, and the image reproduction was too.

I love puzzles with puppies!