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Artifact Puzzles - Justin Hillgrove Overwhelming Odds Wooden Jigsaw Puzzle

Artifact Puzzles - Justin Hillgrove Overwhelming Odds Wooden Jigsaw Puzzle

$ 85.00


This is a 257 piece wooden jigsaw puzzle. Justin Hillgrove's cute yet frightening art is matched by Jef Bambas's bubbly puzzle design with fun whimsies. Slightly extra large pieces make for family-friendly fun. This puzzle has a straight edge. All of our puzzles are laser-cut from 1/4" wood. Made in the USA. Packaged in our standard unfinished pine wood box. 

  • 257 pieces
  • 11.25" x 14"

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    Name: Mel P
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    Review: Completed this one the other night. Love the whimsical pieces in it--and the rubber duckie! This is the third Artifact Puzzle I've done and every one of them has been a pleasure to put together. I've got a stack more waiting for me and a couple more on the way. :)
    Name: Michelle
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    Review: This was such a fun puzzle to put together! I loved the design with the rubber duckie connectors and the whimsical pieces! This was my first artifact puzzle and ended up purchasing another right after I finished this one since it was so fun to do!
    Name: Angelia
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    Review: OMG this puzzle was adorable! I have to admit I love octopuses but the rubber ducky addition was a delightful whimsical twist. And as has happened so many times in the past, when I opened the box I found a piece I was sure wasn't actually part of the puzzle but which made the finished jigsaw magical. Truly a surprise!
    Name: Janet Swanson
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    Review: Loved this puzzle and surprise finish. Quality is over the top. Thanks for fun day!
    Name: Cara Lynn
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    Review: This was a little harder than we expected, as there were a lot of blue pieces and yellow pieces and not a lot of clues which ones go with which ones, but everyone was very excited about the rubber duckie connectors. We did finish it in one long afternoon, and then a few days later my daughter took it apart again and has bee re-doing it for homework breaks.
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