Seven More Jigsaw Puzzles


Seven More Jigsaw Puzzles


We’ve been steadily working on our jigsaw puzzles this past month. Here’s six that we’ve finished, and one we just started on.

This first one we just started yesterday. So far, so good. It’s called, “Puzzler’s Desk”, and is a Buffalo brand puzzle, and is 750 pieces.



I liked this next one a lot. We just got done with it a day or so ago. It has funny words on the items in the pantry, all to do with cats. πŸ™‚ There were lots of pieces with specific words or pictures on them, so it was easier than some other puzzles. It is called, “Ethel the Gormet”, and is from, “The Cats of Charles Wysocki”, a Buffalo brand puzzle. It is 750 pieces



This one is called, “Kitten Kitchen Capers”, and is a Buffalo brand puzzle. It is 750 pieces, and was fun to do. Those cats were sure making a mess.


This one is called, “Classic Gas”. It is 750 pieces, from, “Wheels”, from the Master Pieces brand puzzle.

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Here’s a few extra photos of puzzle things: 2 pieces that look like other things, puzzle dust (from the cardboard they are made from), and a large spatula we use to gather up lots of puzzle pieces at one time. πŸ™‚

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This one is called, “Roadside America”. It is a White Mountain puzzle brand, and is 1,000 pieces. Lots of things to find on this one!


This one is called, “The Man Cave”, and has lots of hobby type things in the room. It is a Ravensburger puzzle of 1,000 pieces.


This one is called, “Picture Purrfect”. It is one of the Cats series of Buffalo brand puzzles, and is 750 pieces. Very cute. πŸ™‚


Next up I think we will do a Halloween themed puzzle that we already bought! πŸ™‚


Thanks for visiting! Peace }i{

Β© 2017 BS


14 responses »

    • There are so many cute ones, and seems we heavily favor the ones with cats! We don’t do landscape ones, though. Those seem to be so much of the same colors over the whole picture! … It is fun to find different shapes in the puzzle pieces, and these two sure looked like a robot and a bird. πŸ™‚

  1. We once made one of these huge puzzles… Lot’s of effort, and fun, of course. Broke our heart to pack it back in… I wanted to get it framed…. But it was too huge, and in hindsight, just as well we didn’t. It wasn’t really “art”. I’m just curious – what do you do when it’s put together?

    • I’ve thought about framing one or two, but then we don’t After all the time and effort spent on working them, it is sad to just tear it up, but we do. After admiring it for a little bit, we take it apart and put it back in the box. Oh, I always take a photo of the finished puzzle, too. πŸ™‚

      • You’re welcome and thank you, too. Where did you find the kitty puzzles? I’d love to get some and put them together and put on the walls here. Those are great. πŸ™‚

        Have a blessed weekend.

      • I think we got those at Wal Mart. Our Target didn’t have many to choose from. We were getting some at Hobby Lobby, but we’ve about exhausted their supply of ones we like for now. πŸ™‚

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