Seeing Double by John Speirs – Great American Puzzle Factory – 100 pieces

Unfortunately my first puzzle of the month was missing a piece – bummer. The pieces were nice though and it was a fun puzzle to get me back in the groove.


Robots – Mega Puzzles – 100 pieces

I thought this was going to be cool and very fun, but it was not great quality and I was pretty bummed. The first two puzzles of the month were not as satisfying as I thought they’d be.


Birds (Alternate Solution) by Jane Tattersfield – Liberty Puzzles – 509 pieces

My first satisfying and amazing puzzle of June. It’s the alternate solution for Birds that I completed last month. What a fun challenge! Amazing!


The Petting Zoo by Art Poulin – MasterPieces – 300 pieces

I enjoyed this puzzle very much, and tested myself by putting it together without using the image on the box. Quite entertaining!


Old World Map Calendar – Buffalo Games – 520 (+160) pieces

Really interesting concept for a puzzle, but not really practical. It’s a puzzle you can reassemble every month, but the cardboard pieces just won’t hold up to that much disassembling and reassembling. Might be great for a wooden puzzle though. 🙂


Rosso Angelo – Artifact Puzzles – 228 pieces

Artifact Puzzles is having a sale, and I bought myself this beauty for 50% off! It wasn’t as difficult as I thought it might be, and I loved putting in every single piece. ❤


Among Friends by Howard Robinson – Ravensburger – 200 pieces

Cute puzzle that was just what I needed to get myself back in the groove. All the little animals made it a bit more challenging, but still entertaining.


Rooster Express by Charles Wysocki – Milton Bradley – 300 pieces

This was more fun than I thought it would be, and a beautiful finished image. Great quality too.


Garden Shed by Geraldine Aikman – Milton Bradley – 300 pieces

Gorgeous puzzle that was pretty challenging for only 300 pieces. I’d love to find more puzzles with her artwork.


Black Sheep Wool Farm by Roger Nannini – Ceaco – 300 pieces

I enjoyed this artwork very much, there’s something about the symmetry in the image that makes me happy and it was great fun to put together.


Pattern 3 by Patchwork – Milton Bradley – 300 pieces

This one was so much fun! I would really love to find Pattern 1, the next time I’m out I will definitely be stopping at Tuesday Morning to see if they’ve got it.


Aphrodite’s Vista by Sam Park – Ravensburger – 500 pieces

This isn’t my usual type of image, but for only $6.99 for a brand new Ravensburger I couldn’t pass it up. It was not as difficult as I thought, and the finished puzzle was gorgeous!


Bookshelf by Colin Thompson – Wentworth Wooden Puzzles – 40 pieces

At the end of a day when I hadn’t touched even one puzzle piece, I decided to grab a Wentworth micro puzzle and feed my addiction. This beauty definitely made my day; what fun it was to assemble!


Cute Bunny – Hasbro – 100 pieces

There is no name for this puzzle anywhere on the box, so I have named it Cute Bunny. Just a quick kids puzzle to help build up my stockpile of puzzles to be posted.


Seams Likely – Springbok – 350 pieces

This puzzle was great fun from beginning to end. The right amount of challenge and great quality – except for the one chewed up piece. 😐


Sunset Glory by Jeff Wilkie – Ravensburger – 500 pieces

Beautiful puzzle that took me just over 2 days to complete. It was sort of a “zen” puzzle experience for me, I loved it!


Spongebob Squarepants – Milton Bradley – 100 pieces

Quick puzzle, the pieces were on the thin side but they fit together very well. Not a bad kids puzzle, but certainly not the best I’ve done either.


Hummingbirds and Fuschia by James Hautman – Buffalo – 300 pieces

I thought this would be more of a challenge than it was. It wasn’t easy, but it was fun and an absolutely beautiful finished image.


Barnyard Antics by Howard Robinson – Ceaco – 700 pieces

ADORABLE animal selfie puzzle! The quality wasn’t the best, the pieces are thin and starting to split, but the image was pretty darned fun to put together. 🙂


The Puzzle that Froze Christmas – Wentworth Wooden Puzzles – 42 pieces

A fun little puzzle that’s supposed to be challenging, but I didn’t find it that difficult. It was fun, you had to pay attention, but I enjoyed it very much!


The Puzzle that Ruined Christmas – Wentworth Wooden Puzzles – 30 pieces

Another “difficult” puzzle that I very much enjoyed, and I didn’t find it that challenging. I’m sure it would be as a larger piece count. Still, it’s beautiful and it was fun!


Country Boy by June Dudley – Sunsout – 550 pieces

This little guy was challenging, but I really enjoyed it! The cut was devious, and definitely kept me on my toes. 😉


Snowfolks by Bill Bell – Springbok – 60 pieces

SUPER tight fit on this kids puzzle – yikes! It’s a cute image and all but the fit was horrible! You can see the edges curling up because the pieces are so snug.


Alice in Wonderland by Royce B. McClure – Wentworth Wooden Puzzles – 250 pieces

I absolutely LOVE this image. I’ve already put the puzzle away, but I would assemble it again today – that’s how much fun it was!


The Puzzle that Burnt the Turkey by Chris Ceaser – Wentworth Wooden Puzzles – 55 pieces

This was the most difficult of the “extra difficult” cuts that I’ve assembled so far. It was still fun though, I had a great time. 🙂