Another Collection of Finished Puzzles

With it being the Super Bowl, I have a party going on and people visiting, so a complicated post isn’t going to get the response from me that it deserves.  Instead, I’m going to be showing the next set of puzzles that I just finished.  Sadly, I had to pack up the table, glue, and 18-19 other puzzles in preparation for the floor getting worked on.  That means I won’t be working on another until late February or early March.  Pray for my sanity since this was my anti-anxiety activity.

Now, this is the entire 8-in-1 box set of Ocean Life Puzzles.  I got it from a supermarket clearance bin since the box was battered and they were clearing shelf space.  You get what you pay for.  They look great and the circular ones were a fun challenge, but the pieces had a lot of gaps that made it hard to glue together.  The last puzzle (1,000 piece) was a nightmare in this respect.  3 times, sections in the middle exploded out as I was gluing the thing together.  This meant I had to stop and scramble to put them back before things dried and it was harder to do.  Kind of a chore in this respect, so I’m glad to have it done and in the finished pile.

Enjoy!

About Charles Yallowitz

Charles E. Yallowitz was born, raised, and educated in New York. Then he spent a few years in Florida, realized his fear of alligators, and moved back to the Empire State. When he isn't working hard on his epic fantasy stories, Charles can be found cooking or going on whatever adventure his son has planned for the day. 'Legends of Windemere' is his first series, but it certainly won't be his last.
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8 Responses to Another Collection of Finished Puzzles

  1. kirizar says:

    I have rare occasions when puzzle mania strikes. I did a 2000 piece puzzle last fall and that cured me for at least the next decade. Also, I couldn’t get rid of it fast enough. Where do you keep all the finished products if you do that many?

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    • I have a pile of glued puzzles in the basement. Can’t find a container big enough for them. I can’t do anything bigger than 1,000 piece because of the size of the table.

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      • kirizar says:

        Yeah. I figured out the size was a problem AFTER I started the outline. Fortunately I have a kitchen table with leaves. I just slid the incomplete border pieces off of the card table which was about six inches too short. I think you would have liked the puzzle as it had an oceanic theme much like yours. If you had the patience to finish it and not chuck it out a window!

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      • Cool. I’m actually a bigger fan of pop culture puzzles. Lots of video game, superhero, movie, and tv ones. There are some dragon puzzles I hope to get my hands on one day.

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  2. They’re beautiful puzzles. Puzzles are fun, but it’s hard around here with so many pets that eat/jostle/run. . ..

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