Despite moving and living without my puzzles or my puzzle table for over 4 months, I still had a good puzzle year.
I completed 58 puzzles from 21 puzzle companies. My smallest puzzle was 60 pieces, the largest 1500 pieces, and the majority were 1000 pieces. (I don’t currently have a table big enough for anything over 2000 pieces.)
That’s over 48,000 puzzle pieces!
I completed so many awesome puzzles this year, I had a hard time narrowing it down. I had as many as 25 puzzles picked out until I realized that was almost half of my yearly total. But I finally narrowed it down to 13. To see more, check out my Instagram, where I post puzzles, books, adventures, and more.
If you follow me on Instagram, you see a lot of posts of jigsaw puzzles and legos in my feed. (And if you don’t follow me, why not?!)
A follower asked me what I do with the puzzles and Lego sets once I have put them together. A great question! And I thought this video would be better (because visual) instead of text.
It’s a vlog!
Do they still call them vlogs?
Terminology tangent aside, my skills of video taking and movie making are rather rudimentary, so please don’t judge. Although I did have a lot of fun making this.
I also have to give a shout-out to Frostbeard Candles. If you notice, you will see several in the video. Not only do these booklover candles have fun names like Trashy Romance Novel, Darcy’s Parlour, and Cliffs of Insanity, they also smell amazing. (Not an affiliate link, just my honest opinion.)
If you work puzzles or put together Lego sets, what do you do with them once they’re finished?