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1000pc Chickadees and Lilacs jigsaw puzzle |  Cobble Hill Puzzle Co
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1000 PIECE JIGSAW PUZZLE
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Two black-capped Chickadees and Lilacs both rest still in the calm spring air. The lilac field is the perfect retreat for these birds and this 1000 piece puzzle will calm your soul.
1000pc CDN$19.99
Finished Size: 19.25" x 26.625"
Artist: © Rosemary Millette
UPC: 6-25012-80112-6
Origin: USA
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Stock Status:In Stock
Product Code: 80112




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Chickadees and Lilacs March 17, 2019
Reviewer: Allan Gordon from Winnipeg Manitoba  
This is one of several puzzles that I bought, all of which are 1000 pieces and all are very challenging and quite satisfying. They are all tough right down to the last few pieces and really captivating images. Love doing the puzzles even though I complained through the whole puzzle. Best puzzles I have ever done!

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Challenging But Beautiful November 24, 2018
Reviewer: JoJo from Ontario  
If you are looking for a challenge, this is the puzzle for you. It was a very challenging puzzle, and took quite a long time to complete.  The challenge was well worth it as this is an absolutely beautiful puzzle. It will look amazing framed and on the wall.

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Challenging February 4, 2018
Reviewer: Hilary from St. Catharines, ON Canada  
Even though this puzzle took me a long time to complete, I loved the process.  Focusing on Lilacs and Chickadees for an extended period of time brought summer into my winter.  Unfortunately, I was missing one piece but I was not surprised since the puzzle was on the dining room table a lot longer than I intended it to be, hence losing a piece goes with the territory :)


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