JIGSAW JOURNEY

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JIGSAW JOURNEY

Here’s how it’s been going on the Jigsaw Puzzle Journey.

I finally finished the one called “Tasty Treats”, yesterday evening. It took me about 18 days, of working on it for a couple hours a day. I wanted to give up a few times, but kept going. Sometimes, I’d only find 4 or 5 pieces in a session. It was pretty hard. I did have a little help toward the end from my husband, who found quite a few of the pieces. He kept saying – you can do it, keep going. πŸ™‚ We thought a piece was missing. In the photo (if you enlarge it), you can see where the missing piece should go, but we did find it later, under some stuff on the table. Now, I’ll tear it down, and start a new one. Here’s the finished “Tasty Treats’ one.

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This next one is by the same puzzle people, and is called “Cereal Boxes”. It is another 1,000 piece puzzle. I imagine it will be just as huge, and difficult as the last two were. Well, I better get started on it. I’ll let you know when I finish! πŸ™‚ Meanwhile, happy puzzling for those who love to do jigsaw puzzles.

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P.S. I did get a brand new puzzle for Mother’s Day, from my daughter & family. It will be next on the table, and is only 750 pieces! πŸ™‚

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Thanks for visiting! Peace }i{

Β© 2017 BS

 

13 responses »

  1. Interesting coincidence. My daughter just got a puzzle yesterday, saying she missed doing them in childhood. She’s going to glue it when done and frame it.

    • Oh, wonderful! The puzzles are fun to do, and that is a neat idea to keep it as a picture in a frame, too. I was once in an elementary school (for a voting day), and they had framed puzzles hanging in the hallway walls. It was a real nice thing to see. πŸ™‚

  2. Looks nice, great to see the finished product, so pleased you stayed with it and finished it.
    I love doing jigsaw puzzles, a great way to relax.
    Have a nice weekend.

  3. You’re right, it does take a lot of patience to sit there trying to find piece after piece. That was nice of your mom to gift you with framed puzzles! πŸ™‚

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