Ecru Puzzles - Scott Gustafson Belling The Cat Wooden Jigsaw Puzzle

$ 99.00


This is a 364-piece wooden jigsaw puzzle of "Belling the Cat" by Scott Gustafson. The design by David Figueiras features a variety of connectors, themed whimsies, and an irregular edge. NOTE: The irregular edge is not shown in the image on the box! This puzzle is harder than average due to a lot of similar browns. Like all our puzzles, made with 1/4" thick wood and the pieces are laser-cut. Packaged in our standard pine wood box. Made in USA.

11" by 13.75"


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Name: Terry, CA
Review: This was one of the more difficult puzzles I've done. I enjoyed the challenge but it took a LOT of patience. Some of the pieces were not unique, so it took a bit of trial and error. I was disappointed that the puzzle colors differed from the picture, which added to the difficulty (there was less contrast between yellows, golds, and shaded areas). Although the puzzle description says 'kid friendly," I can't imagine most children enjoying assembling this one.
Name: Gina, MD
Review: Puzzle was a challenge but I enjoyed it. Agree with the comment that some pieces are not unique.
Name: Tia, NJ
Review: The actual puzzle picture is NOT like this picture/picture on the box. The lines are blurry and the variation in the brown shades is not as evident, making it extremely difficult to tell what part of the puzzle each piece is from. It was extremely frustrating to put together, and it became not fun to do. We looked at each other after putting a few hours into it, we both felt it was a chore and we put it back in the box. It was extremely frustrating and I would not recommend it. I was extremely disappointed by it.
Name: Ken Cundiff
Review: I loved this puzzle. Quite challenging for my wife and I. The cuts were different and unique to us. The puzzle lacks beautiful colors, but the plainness depicts just what a mouse might draw. Highly recommended.
Name: Sharon
Review: I just finished it. As the other reviewers stated, you need to be observant and make sure that you don't place an exactly-the-same-shape piece in the wrong place. I worked from the bottom up. And, the most delightful part was the very top.