Wednesday, 4 January 2012

Puzzled

Started the new year with an old jigsaw puzzle. I started without knowing what the picture of the puzzle was, I liked that. I wonder if you could do a 2000 piece puzzle without the picture? I guess it would take a while :)

I was happy to see my print on Victoria's wall!

15 comments:

Juniper said...

Very nice puzzle! Good way to put the first pieces into the new year.

Sydney said...

brillaint!
i have a tigers puzzle and a Sagittarius zodiac puzzle but never have time to stick them up :(

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ElleSee said...

I like the shape of the pieces -- not your typical puzzle :)

Sketch of Senses said...

Believe or not, I also start the year doing a puzzle. It's a 3000 puzzle, "Guernica" from Picasso. OMG so many scrattches I'm going crazy!

Gemma Mortlock said...

Happy New Year Camilla, and what a wonderful puzzle such strange shaped peices.
I hope the New Year is feeling a little better than the old one
Gem
xx

Gitta said...

Why is it called "China Puzzel" but depicts a typical swedish scene (from the 50s?)? I'm puzzled!:)

Anonymous said...

Happy New Year Camilla to you and your family. I hope it will get better and better for you.
I like the interesting jigsaw.

céline said...

I love puzzles!!! I just find it hard to sit down and take the time to make them.... this one looks very nice.
Happy new year to you!

decorartuk said...

What a nice puzzle/jigsaw - it must have been a big challenge! Shopping for Christmas presents last year (meaning 2011) I saw the biggest jigsaw ever - 32000 pieces! Can you believe it? The box was massive and the price for that jigsaw was about 800 Litas (Lithuanian money), that translates to 200 English pounds.

Caterine said...

Puzzle is not my kind of thing. But the pieces shape are beautiful and there are not too much of it so I'll guess this one would be just ok for me.

pippilotta said...

vilka fina bitar....bara sådär mitt på bordet.

Samantha said...

Those pieces are so unusual and cool! But can you imagine seeing a box like that in the stores today? Yikes!

Camilla Engman said...

I don't know why it is called china puzzel, it is made in Sweden... and Samantha you are fortunatley right, I can't.

Ulicam said...

Jag kikade lite i din bok från uppercase som jag fick förra julen. Den är verkligen otroligt fint. Måste kännas overkligt att ha en bok om en själv. Speciellt en sån bok som en är personlig, som en slags dagbok.

JoanaM said...

I just love the box.. :)