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Cherry Blossom Time Flower & Garden Jigsaw Puzzle

A bright and colorful gradient image awaits in “Cherry Blossom Time” from Goodway Puzzles. This 1000 piece puzzle will challenge and entertain any puzzler as they piece together the abstract image from artist Peggy Collins. This puzzle would make an excellent piece to hang on your wall once you have completed it! The final image measures 27” x 20”.

Artwork by: Peggy Collins is a digital artist and nature photographer living on the coast of Vancouver Island in British Columbia, Canada. Being surrounded by the ocean, forests, mountains, and abundant wildlife, brings her joy that she hopes finds its way into her images.  Aside from photography, one of Peggy’s passions is creating portraits of cats, dogs, and other animals. She has a growing collection of abstract landscapes, trees, flowers, and musical instruments. You can view other Peggy creations at https://peggy-collins.pixels.com

Cherry Blossom Time

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About Goodway Puzzles Cherry Blossom Time

  • 1000 pieces
  • Made by Goodway Puzzles
  • Completed puzzle measures 20" x 27"
  • Available online only

Themes: Contemporary & Modern Art, Flower & Garden

Age 11+
Artist Peggy Collins
Puzzle Type Jigsaw Puzzle
Mfg. Part Number 0
UPC Number 655368827884
Release Year 2022
Puzzle Category Art
Item Number 167285
Availability Online Only

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Cherry Blossom Time
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Total Price: $58.96

This item: Cherry Blossom Time - $19.99
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Ratings & Reviews

Overall Quality
Excellent (80%)
Overall Value
Excellent (80%)
Overall Difficulty
Advanced (50%)
4 Stars
Marc Reilly - Pueblo, CO
Quality: Good
Value: Good
Difficulty: Hard

It was the artwork and the bright colors that attracted me to this puzzle. It was a bit of a shock to open it up and see that the puzzle maker had decided to reinvent the wheel when it came to the shape and design of the pieces. I've been doing puzzles for fifty years, and it took me a while to get the hang of it. Every piece is an odd shape and many go together in a nontraditional fashion—flat sides butting against other flat sides, etc. After I caught on, it was as difficult as any "hard" puzzle, but didn't become "extreme" and frustrating. I recommend that one does not try the traditional approach of putting the edge pieces together first, as it will lead to confusion. Many of the pieces have flat edges but are not part of the border. Instead, I found that it was better to sort by color and tackle obvious images within the puzzle. Eventually, the border comes together. All in all, a good time.

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