Canned Veggies 500 Piece Jigsaw Puzzle
The summer's harvest is displayed in a colorful arrangement that will leave your mouth watering for more! A best-selling 2005 Summer/Fall Collection Puzzle. © Gaetano Images, Inc.
- Piece Count: 500
- Measures 23.5” x 18”
- Average Time to Complete: 4-6 hours
- For ages 7+
Really enjoyed doing this puzzle.
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Canned Veggies 500 Piece Jigsaw Puzzle Reviews
Really enjoyed doing this puzzle.
Fun colors and variety
I enjoyed assembling the colorful and varied canned vegetables. I would have liked it even better if there were another row of canned vegetables instead of the unremarkable blue wall and wood shelving, which is understandably out-of-focus.
fun, and not that tough
good puzzle to do-enough color variation to make it a pretty simple one. Always makes me hungry looking at the finished puzzle-which is why I framed and hung this one in the kitchen, along with the 'say cheese' puzzle.
This was my first Springbok puzzle. The non-conventional shaped pieces were challenging at first and honestly I didn't like it. But as we worked through the puzzle it actually became alot of fun to find the odd shapes. And the pictures are gorgeous. We are a new fans.
This is a great all-around puzzle. It has good color and composition and is challenging enough to keep your interest.
A fun family puzzle, it took three of us two evenings to put together.
Great color composition; couldn't wait to get home from work to continue working on it. Great fun!
Reminds me of my mother
My mom used to do a lot of canning when I was a child. This puzzle reminded me of the times we worked together preserving the garden harvest. Even though it is only 500 pieces, it was a bit of a challenge when putting the glass jars together.
Fun with a challenge
I loved how this one came together! The colors, texture, variety, all make this puzzle FUN! My aunt and I put this together over a weekend. She wanted to frame it but had nowhere to hang it!
A GREAT Puzzle!!
My wife and I made the Canned Veggies puzzle this year during our annual vacation in northern Wisconsin. The puzzle was not as easy to make as we thought, but once we got going we made steady progress. We can tomatoes from our own garden so we appreciated this puzzle. It was a lot of fun to make it.
A Pleasurable Challenge
This a nice-sized colorful puzzle. My husband and I did this in 4 sittings. The pieces fit together smoothly and lay flat, which is a quality Springbok puzzle feature. We laughed as we found out where the "trouble-maker pieces" went during the puzzle. Fun Fun !!!
I loved all the colors and it was a lot of fun putting this one together. I do a puzzle every week and this was one of my favorites.
Just the kind of puzzle I love to put together. Lots of objects arranged in a pleasing manner.
Loved this puzzle! Loved the colors and the countryness of it. Was going to mat it, but never got around to it.
Please bring this puzzle back