I love this image so much, especially the look on her face. And the fact that her name tag says “Joy” is even funnier! Not only did she get an extremely small tip, they left it in spilled coffee – this whole thing cracks me up. 🙂
This was the last of four 100 piece puzzles that my daughter and I found while out puzzle shopping. I’m a little sad that there aren’t any more to do, they were so much fun and the images were all adorable and amusing. I’d love to find more of them.
This was my least favorite image of the 4 that we bought, but it’s still cute. I quite like the images with the disgusted looks of the animals on them; where they’re staring daggers at the person who dressed them up in ridiculous outfits – they make me laugh. 🙂
These 100 piece Ceaco puzzles are average quality, but for me it’s more about the fun of a “one coffee puzzle” available for a quick assembly. I get a kick out of being able to finish a puzzle in one sitting, and it’s even better when the image isn’t a childish one. There’s nothing wrong with a kids puzzle image, but it’s also fun to find some that are more adult.
There’s still one more of these to assemble, and I’ve been putting it off. I adore the image, and am saving the best for last. I would be extremely happy to find more of these little darlings somewhere, they’re great images and I love the smaller piece counts.
These Avanti images are so adorable and fun, I just can’t resist them. Add in the fact that there’s only 100 pieces and that it’s just a “one coffee puzzle” and I love them even more.
This image was a little more difficult than Studio Kitty-Four, because as much as I enjoy puzzles with dogs, the fur requires a little more mental effort. This one is about 3/4 dog and took a few extra minutes to complete. It’s darling though, and completely worth the effort.
It’s about average Ceaco quality, the pieces are on the thinner side, but the fit is quite good. There’s a good variety of shapes and the image reproduction is lovely. I’m glad I bought these four puzzles, I’ve enjoyed the first two immensely.
I’ve got two more of these to assemble, fun images and only 100 pieces. My love for mini puzzles is still intact. 💗
My daughter and I went puzzle shopping together and were ready to check out with 14 puzzles already in my cart, and in the aisle leading up to the registers she saw these adorable and funny 100 piece puzzles. I bought every one they had, and as soon as I got home from our trip I put this one together.
I named this one myself, as there was no title on the box. Cats aren’t really my thing, but when they’re in a funny image I love them. I’m imagining this little guy at at Studio 54 in the late 70’s having a fantastic time and closing the place down.
These images are from Avanti Press, the same company that made the 150 piece micro puzzles in the test tubes that my mom and I assembled. The pictures of silly animals in hilarious situations make me smile.
This was my 100th puzzle of the year – kinda perfect that it was 100 pieces, huh? Love, love, love this one – look at that face!
There’s something about tiny little pieces that draws me in, and I find them so interesting to work with. You can’t really tell by just looking at the puzzle how small it is, unless there’s something beside it for scale – they’re about 6 inches tall and 3 inches wide. (I did show the scale on Air Vent Kitty, you can see that picture by clicking the link).
I’m not a fan of wine, but I love the look on the cat’s face behind the stem of the wine glass, it’s like she’s been dealing with the kittens all day and just needs a little mom time. 🐱
I’ve done quite a few of these mini puzzles that come in test tubes, most of them with my mom; we really enjoyed working on them together – it was a little sad for me to assemble it alone. She loved working with the teeny tiny pieces as much as I did, and would sit with me on my bed and either help me or just take the tray away from me and do a lot of the assembly herself.
I don’t know what it is about the little pieces that made them so enjoyable to work with, but we both were completely enthralled with the little test tube puzzles and loved working on them together. At only 150 pieces they went together pretty quickly, but it was always time well spent. 💗