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1000pc New Day jigsaw puzzle | 80001 | Cobble Hill Puzzle Co
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1000 PIECE JIGSAW PUZZLE
POSTER INCLUDED
It's a New Day, a fresh start. Mama bear sets out to teach her cubs to appreciate the simple moments in life, the sun rising, the smell of fresh grass and the path that leads to new journeys each day. A beautiful 1000 piece mountain scene by artist Mark Keathley.
1000pc (Canada) CDN$22.99
Assembled Size: 26.625" x 19.25"
Artist: Mark Keathley
UPC: 6-25012-80001-0
Manufactured: USA
Reference Poster: Included, this UPC only

Availability: Leaves warehouse in 2 to 3 days.
Product Code: 80001
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Average Rating: Average Rating: 4.5 of 5 4.5 of 5 Total Reviews: 2 Write a review »

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5 of 5 Gorgeous Fall Foliage January 19, 2022
Reviewer: Alana from British Columbia, Canada  
This past fall, I "self-curated" an autumn trilogy for myself from the many selections by artist Mark Keathley offered by Cobble Hill Puzzles. I included: A New Day, Mountain Cascade, and Smoky Train and followed the journey of Mama Bear and her babies down the mountainside. With their soft colours and detailed landscapes, all three puzzles were considerably challenging, but I enjoy when a puzzle takes things to the next level and challenges me to puzzle by "shape" alone. This puzzle was stunningly beautiful when completed.

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4 of 5 Challenging August 30, 2021
Reviewer: Taylor from N.B.  
One of the most challenging puzzles we've done.  You can't go by colour patterns with this one; you have to go by shape.  Time and time again, we were surprised to find pieces fitting together when their colours seemed dissimilar.  We could only work on this one in short intervals because we would get frustrated with an initial period of success followed by long periods where we failed to get any pieces in the correct spots.  This puzzle took us a week longer than usual.  We'll do it again someday, but are looking forward to something easier first!

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