Golf – Mandolin Puzzles – 1500 pieces
This is obviously the second puzzle hubby got for me to do. I enjoyed the collage and the quality wasn’t bad either. I don’t think Mandolin Puzzles are being produced anymore, but I enjoyed this one, and it’s going to make a lovely framed puzzle!
Did this baby in one day, it was just too much fun to walk away from! The fit of this puzzle was a bit loose, but still very nice Heye quality. I loved the metallic finish and the artwork of Stefanie Steinmayer.
Mom and I assembled this one together, it makes a gorgeous picture! The quality was less than optimal, but still such an interesting image that we almost didn’t notice the thin pieces. Alas, a missing piece – but it was still fun to assemble.
How cute is this farm puzzle? So cute! Super random cut and large pieces made this an interesting assembly. I love throwing together a 300 piece, it makes me feel like I’ve accomplished something. It’s even more fun assembling it with mom.
Beautiful, right? I love this puzzle, the image is striking! It’s also fun to have several smaller sections to work on one by one. This was my first Educa – not bad at all. I had preconceived ideas about how the quality would be, it was better than expected. Nice!
Colin Thompson is awesome, and so is this puzzle! There are so many things to discover – and it’s worth it! I’m really starting to enjoy shaped puzzles. Bring it on!
My first kid’s Ravensburger, the pieces were slightly warped, but I’m attributing that to it being a thrift store puzzle. They’re still my favorite!
This was another cork-backed puzzle by Ceaco. Unfortunately it wasn’t as high quality as the previous one I assembled. It’s a cute image and I love the whimsies, but I wish the pieces of cork and the image weren’t peeling off on many of the pieces.
Bizzare “3D” puzzle, but it’s an interesting one! I’m anxious to see how my grandson will like it!
This puzzle was as much fun as I’d hoped! Excellent Heye quality, I adore the image, and who could ask for anything more? I definitely recommend this puzzle!
Ugh. This Springbok puzzle was not good quality in my opinion. The image isn’t bad, in fact it reminds me of my mom, but the pieces fit together way too tightly and the finished puzzle is so tight it won’t lay flat! A missing piece too, but these things happen.
Another excellent What If puzzle. I really enjoyed the concept of this one, and the results are pretty funny!
Excellent kids puzzle! Very sturdy pieces, and who doesn’t love Scooby-Doo?
The edge on this sucker was a challenge! Otherwise it was fun and funny and I love Jean-Jacques Loup! Excellent puzzle.
Another fun puzzle where you can’t see the whole image. Trust me, it’s excellent and if you have this one you’ll enjoy the results.
Mom went a little crazy with the kids puzzles, that’s why there are so many this month. Plus, it only takes a few minutes to assemble them and they’re always colorful and cute!
Challenging puzzle from Springbok. Everything is so pale and with the random cut it made it extremely difficult to figure out what shape of piece you were looking for. It’s a cute result, but unfortunately you can’t see most of the picture you just see piece shapes.
Another random cut puzzle, but this one didn’t bother me at all because there were colors and textures to help. This was one of the better Bits and Pieces puzzles I’ve done lately. Yay thrift stores!
I loved this image and bought this for my mom. We assembled it together at her house – but I have to confess she did 75 percent of it. What I did work on was great!
Lenticular puzzle! (it changes when you look at it from a different angle). Extremely thick pieces that clicked together very tightly. I liked it!
This one is cute, and I was hoping for it all to be there but obviously it wasn’t. Oh well.
Another thrift store purchase that was really cool! It was a fun assembly and the website for this company has a LOT of these round puzzles where everyone gets the good seat in front of the puzzle.
Holy guacamole! This was dark in some places and difficult to do under lights. Yikes. But I adore the artwork! It’s so adorable – can you see all the imaginaries hiding everywhere?
Interesting puzzle concept. Each piece is lettered and numbered so you can find it’s place on a grid. I worked the puzzle that way for a while but I prefer the regular way, there’s more sense of accomplishment for me. Still a good quality puzzle with excellent artwork.