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Santa's Tree 1000pc jigsaw puzzle by Cobble Hill Puzzle Co.
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No amount of snow could keep the forest creatures away from Santa's Tree adorned in colorful lights with a star on top. Take an adventure with Cobble Hill's 1000 piece random cut puzzle that includes a reference poster for Tom Newsom's Santa.
1000pc (Box Size: 10" x 14" x 2.38") CDN$22.99
Assembled Size: 19.25 x 26.625
Box Size: 10" x 14" x 2.38"
Poster: 9" x 12"
UPC: 6-25012-80292-5
Artist: Tom Newsom

Quantity in Stock:3
Availability: Transitioning. Last of stock for this box size.
Product Code: 80292

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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 Great Challenge January 19, 2022
Reviewer: Alana from British Columbia, Canada  
The most challenging Cobble Hill I completed over the holidays! Once Santa and his tree were assembled, patience and persistence were key to completing all those snowy boughs and woodland creatures lol. Glad I stuck with it though; there's satisfaction in overcoming challenge and the artwork by Tom Newsom practically glows with warmth and nostalgia.

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4 of 5 Absorbing Challenge July 27, 2021
Reviewer: Taylor from N.B.  
This is a beautiful puzzle: the colours are bright and unlike the puny eagle in the "Spring Run" puzzle, the jolly Santa here takes up a major part of the puzzle, as he should! This one is not as easy as you might expect it to be: the trees that surround Santa's head are all slight variations on greenish-blue hues, and it's tricky to find their correct spots.  We also had to take our time with the Christmas tree and pay attention to the slight patterns in order to fit the pieces into the right places.  Also, we found it impossible to complete the animals as discrete parts and then slot them into the whole puzzle because although it may not look like it, each animal overlaps with the others.  All in all, an absorbing challenge; we'll enjoy assembling this one again and again.

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