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J. Charles Covered Bridge and Buggy Jigsaw Puzzle, 1000 Pieces

J. Charles Covered Bridge and Buggy Jigsaw Puzzle, 1000 Pieces

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  • 1000 PIECE PUZZLE FOR ADULTS and TEENS: The go to format for the accomplished puzzler or a newer puzzler looking to step up to a challenge that will keep them busy for a while!
  • FUN, BOLD and BRIGHT: This Dr Puzzle puzzle is full of detail and mesmerizing imagery - it will captivate kids and adults alike!
  • CHALLENGING AND FUN: Hours of entertainment delivers a feeling of accomplishment.
  • MORE THAN JUST A PUZZLE: It's a thoughtful birthday gift, a family fun night, a personal challenge, a boredom buster, a lazy Sunday activity, and memories are made!
  • SPECIFICS: The jigsaw puzzle contains 1000 pieces, comes with a poster, and is made with quality cardboard. Measures 27 Inches x 20 inches when assembled.
  • Fun spot the difference activity to do after the puzzle is complete!
  • Help ditch stress and promote mindfulness with our relaxing puzzles!
  • Visit the KI Puzzle store for more great puzzle in the DR Puzzle line!
  • Skill level: intermediate

Details: DR Puzzle Spot the Difference: Ann Stookey's South Mountain Village 1000 piece puzzle for adults. A peaceful primitive art scene of a mountain village in days gone by from reknown artist Ann Stookey. Highly detailed and colorful featuring villagers going about their daily chores as they did long ago. Once you assemble this cheerful puzzle, you can look a the full color poster sheet to find small differences between the images. A solution is on the back. This interlocking jigsaw puzzle is made of quality, thick recycled paperboard and is 27x20” when completed. Relax, kick back, and enjoy assembling this sweet puzzle and then put your brain to work. Work your brain with Dr. Puzzle! About the artist: Ann Stookey’s goal in each painting is to capture a happy moment in time when a slower paced life allowed for a greater appreciation of the simple pleasures. She tries to invite the viewer to step into her paintings, and share a moment of pleasure. Born in Utah, and raised on a farm by her grandmother, Ann always knew she would be an artist. “As a child living on a farm there were many hours to fill, and my grandmother encouraged me to paint and draw. She always made certain I had an adequate supply of paints, pencils, and paper. I spent many enjoyable hours at her kitchen table painting scenes from my imagination while enjoying the warmth of her big wood cook stove.” In her quest for inspiration, Ann travels winding roads in search of old hidden mining and ghost towns, often finding some residents clinging to the lifestyle they know. These places and their inhabitants are a constant inspiration and echo a life that no longer exists. “I have chosen to romanticize a time past, a time when family unity was stronger and a sense of community greater, doing it in an effort to reflect the longing of our age for a simpler and hopefully more rewarding life.”

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