Blue Flowers Jigsaw Puzzle

The Blue Flowers jigsaw puzzle actually looks like mostly purple flowers but that does not matter at all with this lovely collage of different flowers. I say bring on the Summer flowers! There is also the Pink Flowers jigsaw puzzle by the same artist and Cobble Hill Puzzle Company. Amazon Link

Brand: Cobble Hill Puzzle Company

Title: Blue Flowers jigsaw puzzle

By: Barbara Behr

Pieces: 1000

Size: 26.625" x 19.25" or 67.6 x 48.9cm

Brand: Cobble Hill Puzzle Company

Title: Blue Flowers jigsaw puzzle

By: Barbara Behr

Pieces: 1000

Size: 26.625" x 19.25" or 67.6 x 48.9cm

Blue Flowers Jigsaw Puzzle Review

Overall Experience:  Perfect

Cut Quality: Perfect

Board Quality: Firm

Shape Cut: Random and various sizes

Image Quality: Superb

Hardest Area: The dark greens

Puzzle Dust? minimal

Finish Quality: Smooth  matte

Box Quality: Good and solid

Sealed Pieces Inside Box: yes

Was this purchased new? no

Price: Sent for review

Recommend Level: High

Time: 10.5 hours

Blue Flower Jigsaw Puzzle Assembly

I did my usual sorting routine.

  1. Sorting to locate all  the outside border pieces, while....
  2. Placing the pieces into the 'general-color' layout onto the Grateful House puzzle trays. These trays are 14" x 10" in a pack of 8. I can layout all the pieces easily IF I use the lid for the edge pieces. This example is using the Cobble Hill Brand puzzle at 1000 pieces and puzzle Size is 26.625" x 19.25". 

The border went together fairly well even though the tricky areas were with the greens and whites. I started with all the text on the image so the larger the text, the easier it was.

Then I moved onto the most distinctive backgrounds. So light green, light blue, black checkers... etc.

From there, I picked out the most distinctive flowers. I left the inside borders for last. I easily followed the patterns on the inside borders to complete them.


Blue Flowers Jigsaw Puzzle Comments...

The matte finish is always nice on these puzzles. I was totally delighted with everything about this puzzle. This Blue Flowers jigsaw puzzle review sounds very similar to the Pink Flowers review because it is of the same series.

The Blue Flowers jigsaw puzzle was sent to me as a bonus from Cobble Hill Puzzle Company It is one of the 2018 New releases. In late December, 2017, I was offered 3 new 2018 puzzles to choose for assembly and review. One of the puzzles I had chosen, Wild Birds of America, was missing a piece so they sent me a replacement puzzle AND the Blue Flowers. So that was a real nice surprise - I now have a fully completed puzzle and the 2nd one in the 'Flowers' Series.

I highly recommend this jigsaw puzzle but be prepared - it's addictive. So once you start you will just want to keep going until it's completed.

I can easily give this one the highest compliment from a puzzler as you can see in the close up images below. The perfect puzzle experience!



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About Cobble Hill Jigsaw Puzzles

Cobble Hill is a Canadian company that specializes in producing high-quality jigsaw puzzles for adults. The company has gained a reputation for producing visually appealing and challenging puzzles that are made from durable and eco-friendly materials.

One of the standout features of Cobble Hill puzzles is their unique designs. The company collaborates with artists from around the world to create puzzles that are not only challenging but also visually stunning. They have puzzles featuring iconic artworks such as Gustav "Klimt" puzzle and festive designs like  "The Village Tree". They also offer themed puzzles such as animals, landscapes, and nostalgia.

Cobble Hill puzzles are made from high-quality, recycled materials that are durable and environmentally friendly. The puzzle pieces are thick and sturdy, making them easy to handle and assemble. Additionally, the pieces fit together smoothly and accurately, ensuring that the finished puzzle looks seamless and well-crafted.

Another notable feature of Cobble Hill puzzles is their commitment to sustainability. The company uses recycled and biodegradable materials in their puzzle production, and they also use vegetable-based inks in their printing process. Additionally, they donate puzzles to nursing homes and Alzheimer's facilities to help individuals with cognitive challenges.

In terms of pricing, Cobble Hill puzzles are generally affordable, with prices ranging from $15 to $25 for most designs. While they may be slightly more expensive than some other brands, the high-quality materials and unique designs justify the cost.

Cobble Hill also has a strong social media presence and engages with its audience through various platforms such as Facebook and Instagram. They regularly post images of new puzzles, behind-the-scenes glimpses of their puzzle-making process, and share puzzles completed by their followers. Their social media strategy has helped them to build a loyal following of puzzle enthusiasts and has helped them to stay relevant in a competitive market.

One area where Cobble Hill could improve is their range of puzzle sizes. While they offer a decent range of sizes, they do not currently offer puzzles with more than 2000 pieces, which may be a drawback for experienced puzzlers looking for a greater challenge.

In conclusion, Cobble Hill is a brand of jigsaw puzzles that offers high-quality, visually stunning, and eco-friendly puzzles that are enjoyed by puzzle enthusiasts of all skill levels. Their unique designs, commitment to sustainability, and engagement on social media have helped them to stand out in a crowded market and build a loyal following. While they could expand their range of puzzle sizes, overall, Cobble Hill puzzles are a great choice for anyone looking for a fun and challenging puzzle-solving experience.

(ChatGPT, personal communication, June 20, 2023)