First puzzle of the month, and my puzzle posse (mom) helped me with it today. I’m not a cat person, but it’s pretty darned cute! 😻
I had a great time with this puzzle! It’s got beautiful colors, cute toys, kittens, and lots of rooms that made it seem like a collage. Fun!
I have no idea why the first 3 puzzles this month had cats in them, I’m not a cat person! To be honest I just saw the kitchen and didn’t even notice the kittens until I started to assemble it. Guess I’m not the most observant person today, am I? Fun puzzle, not great quality though, the puzzle was bent and didn’t lay flat. 😦
Beautiful, calming image – but much more of a challenge than I thought. Added bonus, no cats! (see the previous 3 puzzles this month) The nature of the artwork made it a bit more difficult, but I enjoyed it anyway.
It took me forever, but I did it! I’m super proud of myself and it looks ABSOLUTELY GORGEOUS! It certainly tested me, and it’s definitely not for beginners, but even though I got thoroughly frustrated at times I enjoyed assembling it and it looks AMAZING!
This was a gift inside the box of the Queen Anne’s Revenge. After completing that monstrous ship, this little building was a breeze!
This collage was tons of fun! Mom even came over and helped me finish it, and we both had a great time. Great puzzle!
There was no name shown on the box, I had to look up the artwork online to find the name of the image. It’s beautiful, and made for a challenging puzzle – even for 300 pieces.
Very pretty image that made for a fun assembly, mom helped me get it going and I finished it. I enjoyed the sunflowers even more than I thought I would!
I almost forgot I had these wooden puzzles left to assemble – my memory is shot! After not touching a puzzle for 2 days this beauty fed my addiction wonderfully. Gorgeous puzzle, excellent assembly. I think this will be my post for Halloween unless another “fall” puzzle ends up at my house. 🎃
This gorgeous puzzle was so much fun, I didn’t have any anxiety about the piece count at all. Mom came over and helped me the first day, and I got it finished in 3 days! Wow.
This is a puzzle backed with corkboard, and it’s another that I forgot I had in the house. It’s much more difficult than it looks; there was color line cutting, a wonky edge, and a devious cut!
I love working these micro puzzles when I’m stuck in bed, they make me so happy! I think this image would be better in a larger count though, there’s too much to see!
I really enjoy these Wysocki’s that aren’t just the usual Americana with many buildings and rural life. This image was a joy to assemble. 🙂
I tried out this new brand (for me) and of course I had to choose a collage – it was so much fun, and really good quality too. Great puzzle!
I had the best time with this puzzle! I also decided to take quite a few in process photos this time, so look for the full post on this puzzle to see how it all came together.
I was hurting so badly, but I just couldn’t walk away from this puzzle! How amazing is that? It looks like cards strewn across a table! So. Much. Fun. 😁
This was soooooo difficult! It’s extremely realistic looking and is a gorgeous finished image.
Mom found this ornament puzzleball at a thrift store unopened! We assembled it together and had a great time.
Super fun collage from the thrift store. Beautiful, bright colors and lots of fun to assemble!
I got some more individual puzzles – yes indeedy do! We had a marathon day for my puzzle posse (mom, my son and myself); we assembled pups in cups and two others! How cute are those puppies?
This one was the most difficult of all the individual puzzles I’ve done. They’re not brightly colored like the others and they took a little more effort. Still fun though!
These were so fun! Bright colors and delicious desserts. It was the last puzzle of the month and my posse and I assembled 1500 pieces today!