This post is sponsored by Cobble Hill Puzzles.
I love collages, bright colors, cookies, and puzzles - it's no wonder I loved Easter Eggs! It pushed all the right buttons for me and was one I had a hard time walking away from. For me, these are the most entertaining puzzles, and I loved figuring everything out piece by piece.
Cobble Hill Puzzles are excellent quality, with the only issue I've found being that the fit of their 1000 piece puzzles can be somewhat loose. It isn't so much as to be overly annoying (not for me, anyway), but it is worth mentioning if you're someone who prefers a tight fit. I puzzle on a fabric covered board, so the loose fit isn't as much for a problem for me. All other areas of quality I find to be excellent, and I never hesitate to purchase a Cobble Hill puzzle. Click the link above to see all of their puzzles currently available from one of their preferred online retailers, Puzzle Warehouse.
I think this was my first Easter puzzle, though I can't be sure; my memory isn't what it used to be. I assembled Cobble Hill's Sugar Skull Cookies last year and had a great time with it, and was looking forward to assembling Easter Eggs - I wasn't disappointed. The pieces are easy to sort and the random cut was interesting to assemble. I enjoy taking a bunch of similarly colored pieces and figuring out how they fit together. I don't need the box to tell me anything, I'm figuring it out on my own. This is basically the thing that all puzzlers enjoy, putting the image back together. Collages like this are the most fun for me because it's like assembling many mini puzzles all connected together.
I highly recommend this puzzle, it was great fun to assemble and has me looking forward to working on the rest of their cookie series - Halloween Cookies, Ugly Christmas Sweaters, and there's another Easter puzzle called Easter Cookies (mostly the same cookies in a different pattern - looks like fun!) They also have one called Christmas Bake Sale but it looks like a little bit too much of a challenge for me!
Overall rating: Very good quality, recommended
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