I don’t know about you guys, but Easter is one of the few holidays that I get excited about the food. As a kid, I loved my Easter basket filled with marshmallow Peeps, jellybeans, and chocolate bunnies. The best part wasn’t Easter supper with its ham and fixings, but Easter breakfast; where after searching the whole of the house for hidden eggs, I got to crack those colorful shells and roll my hard-boiled eggs in salt and pepper.
This Saturday, I’ll be helping my younger sister Hime and my god-daughter Bug fill my kitchen with the scent of vinegar and a veritable army of brightly colored eggs! Lucky for me, one of my favorite puzzle companies, Cobble Hill, unveiled a perfect Easter puzzle for the 2019 year.
Easter Bunnies by Donna Race is a springtime delight! It’s a 500 piece random-cut puzzle that has three sweet bunnies guarding a nest of colored eggs among a field of early Spring flowers.
I had help assembling this puzzle. My sister Hime is in town for the holidays, and she and Mom helped sort the border and started work on the bunnies. My Bestie Angel came by the other day and helped finish the bunnies and made a serious dent in all the flowers.
I can’t express how happy this puzzle made me. It really brought home the fact that Spring is here, and that while my neighborhood flowers haven’t bloomed, they will soon!
I know that only some of my readers celebrate Easter, because some are observing Passover or Ostara this week. To all of you, I wish the best of holidays and I’ll see you on Monday, which is both Earth Day and Half-priced candy sales!
- Company: Cobble Hill
- Title: Easter Bunnies
- Artist: Donna Race
- Year released: 2019
- Pieces: 500
- Cut-Style: Random
- Finished size: 19.25 x 26.625
- Bonus poster: Yes
- Made from recycled materials
- Made in USA
- Box: Sturdy, Medium-weight, 10″x14’x2.5″ Matte-Linen Finish
- Board: Thick and sturdy pieces
- Cut: Steel-cut Die
- Image Quality: Excellent, great color saturation
- Finish: Satin, linen texture
- Puzzle Dust: Almost none
- Piece shapes: Random
- Piece Fit: Very Good, nice tight fit that if careful, I could lift it up completely
Disability Notes: I can definitely recommend this for a teen, an adult, or for a person whose hands have good and bad days. I had fun. My hands didn’t ache after assembly, and the difficulty level was certainly up to adult standard. I can happily recommend a large piece puzzle for people with fine motor skill issues, or arthritis.
Where to buy: Easter Bunnies is available on the Cobble Hill website for $15.99 USD. It is still in stock, so I suggest ordering in advance for next Easter!
Cobble Hill Puzzle Company : Website / FaceBook
Disclosure: I received a complimentary puzzle from the manufacturer in exchange for review. The opinions are my own. All links are direct, I do not make money from them.
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One thought on “Easter Bunnies and Easter Eggs!”
It was fun helping my daughter work on this puzzle as I passed through the room doing other things. I love doing puzzles and that is where my children have gotten their love of doing them. I found the puzzle beautiful and enchanting as we put together. Happy Easter to everyone that follows my daughter.