First puzzle of the month! Very pretty photograph puzzle by Bela Baliko Puzzles, excellent pieces, terrible fit. 😦 It was so loose it was constantly coming apart. Still, it’s a gorgeous picture, and if nothing else I got to have fun putting it together with my mom❣
This wood finish puzzle was difficult and took longer than most 1000 piece puzzles, but I loved it anyway. The pieces look and feel amazing, and the finished puzzle is gorgeous. Definitely going to glue and frame this one once mom has done it. 🙂
Not the best kids puzzle I’ve done, not the worst either. Cute image though.
This shaped puzzle from Sunsout was so much fun! Christmas in July with a great puzzle that went together quickly. I enjoy the shaped Sunsout puzzles more than their rectangular ones, I think the fit feels better. Loved this one!
Who doesn’t love puppies? Fun puzzle by Ravensburger, I like the bigger pieces of their 500 piece puzzles. Excellent puzzle with an adorable image. 🙂
Cool thrift store puzzle, and educational too. 🙂 Excellent quality puzzle and fun to learn the names of a lot of different shells. Florida Fighting Conch, King Helmet, and Finger Sponge to name a few!
Unopened thrift store puzzle, very cute! The pieces were shaped oddly with many very thin “arms” that will most likely break. A+B usually has better quality than this, it may have been a fluke.
Adorable kid’s thrift store find with large foam pieces! So adorable, and from a company in Columbia. 😮
Mom and I did this puzzle together, more difficult than it looks but not too terrible. 3 missing pieces unfortunately. 😦 At least it looked cool and frosty – better than this terrible July heat!
OMG the most fun puzzle!!!! Mom and I had a blast assembling this in one afternoon. Match words with definitions, some everyday words and some amazingly weird words! Fortunately the pictures help with assembly so you don’t have to know them all. We were disappointed that before it got to the thrift store someone’s puppy got their chompers on one of the pieces. 😦
Another excellent What If puzzle – Geoff Tristam comes up with the best scenarios! Loved this one from start to finish.
New puzzle company, fun circular kid’s puzzle – it was more difficult than it looks! Either that or these hot flashes are cooking brain cells!!
Seems like a LOT of puzzles already for so early in the month! But two of them were started in June and finished in the first couple of days in July. And a few others were assembled by mom and I together which makes for a much quicker puzzle. The kid’s puzzles take about as long as a cup of coffee, so if I was in the mood I could do 5-10 kid’s puzzles in one day!
I was dreading this one, but it wasn’t nearly as difficult as I thought it would be. It wasn’t easy, but I enjoyed it. Gorgeous finished image – stunning!
Beautiful puzzle from Sunsout. The fit was looser than normal and I appreciated that! It took me 4 days to complete because it’s been a bad week, it wasn’t too difficult. Fun assembly!
Pretty puzzle mom and I assembled after giving up on a horrible not-fun-at-all puzzle. This one restored our happiness. 🙂
I finally tried Anatolian puzzles! I like them, good quality puzzle, lovely image. The dark parts were difficult because I only work under artificial lights, otherwise a fun assembly.
Very fun puzzle! Mom and I worked on it together for part of the day, and she finished it by herself that evening. I enjoyed the parts I worked on very much. 🙂
It’s as beautiful as I thought it would be, for some reason I didn’t enjoy the assembly as much as I’d hoped. Still, it’s gorgeous and will look amazing framed!
Fun and challenging puzzle! The bottom half was easy and went quickly; the top half, not so much. 🙂
Extremely fun puzzle! It seems I’ve been doing many random cut puzzles lately. I’m not minding it much anymore, it’s fun to switch back and forth between random and ribbon cuts. I’m loving these space saver puzzles!
The next 5 puzzles mom and I did in one day! We rock! 🙂
Cool puzzle, fun to assemble. Missing 3 pieces. Grr.
It would be great if all kid’s puzzles were made with as much quality at Cobble Hill puzzles. The pieces feel awesome and are very thick. Gorgeous puzzle!
This puzzle would be good in a larger piece count, 500 or 1000 pieces. Love the artwork, not a fan of the pieces. Way too thin. 😐
Another puzzle with beautiful artwork and not so beautiful pieces. So thin!
I can’t say for sure how old this puzzle is, but I’m guessing it’s from the 70’s. Adorable puzzle and I didn’t know Golden did more than books! Really cute puzzle!
That’s the end of our kid’s puzzle marathon for the day. We started another 200 piece puzzle, but didn’t get it finished today – perhaps tomorrow!
Fun puzzle mom and I did mostly together (she finished the last 100 pieces or so). It’s always more fun working on puzzles together!
Holy guacamole! Is this a spectacular puzzle or what? I’m pretty dang proud of this one, the horses were very difficult – but I got it done with a little help from mom. Thanks mom! If you’re looking for a challenge, give this baby a try. 🙂
This puzzle was great! The quality was excellent – pieces were thick with a matte finish and fit together wonderfully. The image is great for puzzling and I enjoyed every piece. I’d love to find more Milton Bradley puzzles like this one – I’m impressed!
Missing pieces, missing quality. Kind of a bummer, but I still like the image. Hopefully we can find some Kevin Whitlark puzzles by a different company. 🙂
Quick assembly, fun puzzle! Last of the Christmas in July puzzles, so I’m ending it with a glitter puzzle. I gotta admit, I loves me some glitter❣❣
I haven’t done a Wasgij in over a month! This was fun to figure out, it was my first of the “Back To” series. Loved it!
There was no name for this puzzle anywhere on the box, so I have named it Tulips. Extremely thick, large pieces – would be great for kids or adults who need larger pieces. Excellent quality!
Quick puzzle – I like the Buffalo large pieces, they feel nice and fit together very well. Love this image and it made for great puzzling. 🙂