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Cow-Appreciation-Day-2024

The second Tuesday of July is Cow Appreciation Day, and the best way I know to appreciate these animals, other than eating ice cream, is by doing some puzzles! There’s actually a surprising amount of cow and farm animal puzzles out there, but I knew just where to start. I’ve been eyeing up Cosmoo in 500 pieces from Eurographics for quite a while because it always makes me laugh...CONTINUE READING

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Dinosaur Day

One of the movies I’ve seen hundreds of times and won’t ever tire of is Jurassic Park. Wearing out our VHS tape of this 90s staple instilled in me a love of dinosaurs, so this Dinosaur Day—June 1st—seems like a great time to puzzle some dinos!

There are so many dinosaur-themed puzzles on the market, and Puzzle Warehouse has more than 100 options currently in stock. One of my favorites is Dino Toys Come Alive with art by Jan Patrik Krasny in 1000 pieces from Anatolian....CONTINUE READING

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Inexplicably-Mushrooms

I’m not quite sure why, but mushroom and bumblebee imagery gets me every time! I admit I have plenty of home decor of both, and of course I gravitate toward puzzles of these themes as well. I really can’t explain it (I don’t even like to eat mushrooms!), but perhaps it’s best to embrace it and just share my recent puzzling mushroom adventure!...CONTINUE READING

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National-Cherish-an-Antique-Day

Do you have collections—other than puzzles, that is? I admit I collect a few too many things, and so it’s no surprise that I also enjoy perusing antique stores. Even if I don’t buy anything, I enjoy looking at and appreciating people’s diverse collections. April 9th is National Cherish an Antique Day, so it only seemed appropriate to explore some antiques in puzzle form! ...CONTINUE READING

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World-Frog-Day

It’s March, which means the wood frogs have been coming out to breed in the US! There’s nothing quite like strolling by a pond and hearing a chorus of calling frogs. March 20th is also World Frog Day, which makes it the perfect time to celebrate these amphibians in puzzle form!

I started my froggy celebration with this amazing puzzle titled Love Me! with art by Andrea Marquis in 1000 pieces from JaCaRou Puzzles. Just look at those colors!...CONTINUE READING

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To-the-Moon-and-Back

Happy Lunar New Year! The Lunar New Year celebrates the first new moon in the lunisolar calendar, which is based on the phases of the moon and the position of the Sun. We have explored the Lunar New Year on the blog before, so I wanted to take a slightly different approach and focus on, well, the moon!...CONTINUE READING

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Japan-in-Puzzles

I often think about traveling during the winter months, perhaps because I end up wrapped up in a blanket on my couch for most of the season. One of the places I’ve always wanted to visit is Japan. I had actually started to plan a trip for 2020 when current events made us pause our plans, and we haven’t quite been able to pick up where we left off. In the meantime, I know that puzzles have my back!...CONTINUE READING

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Artist Spotlight: Susan Winget

No matter the time of year, I can always count on puzzles with artwork by Susan Winget for a comforting take on the season. There’s such warmth to all of her images, and they often feature adorable animals or nostalgic Americana elements. So this winter, it’s no surprise that I have several Susan Winget puzzles in my to do pile!...CONTINUE READING 

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Downtown

What’s the largest puzzle you have ever put together on your own? 1000 pieces? 2000? 4000? Even more? Previously, the largest puzzle I had ever completed was 4000 pieces, but I decided it was time to up my game. I always chose my high-piece count puzzles very carefully so that I won’t get discouraged while working on them, and when I saw this 6,000 piece puzzle, titled Downtown from Clementoni, I knew it was the one. I really love artwork by Ciro Marchetti (see my artist spotlight), I knew I liked the quality of the brand Clementoni, and, most importantly, it looked like there was enough variety in the image for me to be able to finish it at such a large size...CONTINUE READING

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