21. Yes I counted. I have 21 Cobble Hill puzzles. Now. This number may not seem like a lot, but I have never done a Cobble Hill puzzle before! Don’t get me wrong, its not because I haven’t wanted to. Clearly, I have no problems finding Cobble Hill puzzles that I want to do. But for some reason, none have actually ever made it onto my puzzle board. So. In honor of cobble hill puzzles, I decided I wanted to do one this month! And what better way to incorporate them into a blog, then to discuss random cut puzzles!!!...
Have you ever been browsing through Puzzle Warehouse, and stumbled across a puzzle so pretty, you knew you had to have it? That is exactly what happened with this gorgeous Piatnik Four Seasons puzzle. Not only is this a stunning take on the famous Four Seasons by Alphonse Mucha, but I was incredibly intrigued by what a metallic puzzle looks like, and how it would be to piece one together. CONTINUE READING
I am an only child. That one statement likely tells you quite a bit about me! Growing up, I lived in a teeny tiny rural town in Minnesota, so I had oodles and oodles of time where I had to entertain myself as a kid. Thank goodness I had a very active imagination! I lost hours running around our backyard pretending to be April O’Neil alongside my imaginary TMNT team, playing lion tamer to the feral kittens in my neighbors backyard, or jumping off of my swing set into imaginary long forgotten eras. CONTINUE READING
Hello Jigsaw Junkies! I am so pleased to be back for a second year of representing the amazing Puzzle Warehouse! Last year, being an Ambassador for Puzzle Warehouse was one of the most amazing experiences I’ve had in the world of puzzles so far, and I can’t believe I get to do it for a second year in a row! I am beyond excited, and hope you’ll join me for all of my nonsensical ramblings that I have planned for you this year! CONTINUE READING
Happy December! The month of cold weather and snow (hopefully!), holiday decorations and delicious holiday food. And the month for gift giving! I figured this might be a great topic to discuss in December, as many of us may receive puzzles from friends or family members. If your friends and family are wise- they will ask for a puzzle wish list, as I know most of us tend to be picky puzzlers. CONTINUE READING
One of the most challenging parts of your first year of veterinary school is anatomy- the class and the lab. Hours are spent learning new directional terms, bones, organs, muscles, nerves, arteries, and veins. Formaldehyde is ingrained in my nostrils forever. I’ve lost weeks and months of my life dissecting and studying, preparing and taking tests about every little minutia of the dog or cat or horse anatomy. CONTINUE READING
I am so incredibly excited to get to introduce to you the newest type of puzzles coming to Puzzle Warehouse- RoseArt cork puzzles! RoseArt dropped six new 1000 piece beautiful and colorful designs- but instead of using plain old blue board, they decided to up the ante by choosing cork! This is by far one of the most interesting and unique puzzle materials I have had the pleasure of piecing together! CONTINUE READING