TOP TEN: Spring Puzzles 2019

Here we are in May 2019, and the snow is finally gone! In Pennsylvania, where we have a farm, the Spring has been beautiful so far, with the green budding trees, daffodils, tulips, forsythia, and other Spring flowers.  I’ve been in the mood for Spring-themed puzzles, so I thought I’d pull togehter some recommendations for you guys too. Here are my top picks of the Puzzle Warehouse stock right now.

12. “A Peach of a Day” by Charles Wysocki, Buffalo Games (300 pieces)

This Wysocki is still one of my favorite Spring-themed images and a good bet for those who like 300-piecers. (Click on the image below to view the puzzle on Puzzle Warehouse.)

11. “Country Diary: Spring”, Cobble Hill (1000 pieces)

For softer colors and a literary feel, check out this puzzle based on the art from “The Country Diary of an Edwardian Lady”. (Click on the image below to view the puzzle on Puzzle Warehouse.)

10. “Yard Sale” by Mattie Lou O’Kelley, Pomegranate (1000 pieces)

I’m a big fan of Pomegranate puzzle quality and folk art, so this puzzle is a given. All the bright dresses will be fun to assemble. (Click on the picture below to see the puzzle on Puzzle Warehouse)

9. “Spring” by Pieter Bruegel, D-Toys (1000 pieces)

If your tastes run more to fine art, this Bruegel puzzle gives a historic dose of Spring. (Click on the picture below to see the puzzle on Puzzle Warehouse)

8. “Inspirations of Spring” by Chuck Pinson, Buffalo Games (1000 pieces)

This is a perennial favorite and hard to beat for a Spring puzzle. See my review here.  (Click on the picture below to see the puzzle on Puzzle Warehouse)

7. “Garden Tools”, Eurographics (1000 pieces)

This puzzle will put you in the mood for a little spring gardening. (Click on the picture below to see the puzzle on Puzzle Warehouse)

6. “Spring Birdhouse” by Greg Giordano, Cobble Hill (1000 pieces)

Every so often, I love doing birds-and-flowers puzzles, especially when I’m in need of a little serenity and dose of nature. This is my favorite spring-themed one on the site right now. (Click on the picture below to see the puzzle on Puzzle Warehouse)

5. “Haru No Uta” by Haruyo Morita, Eurographics (2000 pieces)

A gorgeous 2000 piecer with spectacular colors. Love those cherry blossoms! (Click on the picture below to see the puzzle on Puzzle Warehouse)

4. “Sidewalk Flower Sale” by Susan Brabeau, Sunsout (1000 pieces)

I love the combination of characters, buildings, and flowers in this scene. (Click on the picture below to see the puzzle on Puzzle Warehouse)

3. “Spring” by Kurti Andrea, D-Toys (1000 pieces)

I reviewed another Kurti Andrea puzzle from D-Toys and really enjoyed it (see my review of Snow White here). They recently released four seasons themed puzzles and this Spring  puzzle is lovely. (Click on the picture below to see the puzzle on Puzzle Warehouse)

2. “Tree of Life”, eeboo (1000 pieces)

I love eebbo’s quality (see my brand comparison here) and this is a gorgeous puzzle for Spring. The repeating elements will make it a challenge! (Click on the picture below to see the puzzle on Puzzle Warehouse)

1. “In Full Bloom”, Buffalo Games (2000 pieces)

This is my top pick this year. I love the 2000 piece size, the soft, painterly style, and all the gorgeous flowers. (Click on the picture below to see the puzzle on Puzzle Warehouse)

Have a wonderful Spring everyone!

JJ

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