Owl Farm

Owl Farm
Owl Farm by Debbie Mumm – Ceaco – 550 pieces

Adorable image and a pretty easy assembly. Still, it was fun to put together and there was a little bit of challenge. Mostly what I was looking for was a “mind-numbing” experience, I didn’t want to think about anything other than puzzle pieces and how they fit together. This puzzle was exactly what I needed.

I think this was the first image by Debbie Mumm that I’ve done, and I had a great time with it. Owls can be very cute, and she has quite a few owl images; there are several that I would very much enjoy assembling.

I’ve done several Ceaco puzzles lately, and they’ve mostly been good quality. But it’s been more about the image for me. They have such a varied catalog of interesting images, and some of them are exclusive, so I’ve got to decide whether I want to pass on the artwork because of the brand. I usually don’t pass on fun or interesting images from Ceaco anymore. If it looks like it will be entertaining then I’m going for it.

Life is for living, and puzzling!

Hula Kitty

Hula Kitty
Hula Kitty – Ceaco (Avanti) – 100 pieces

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.