Challenging Puzzles: Disorganized Messes

Just the other day we did a post on Things Organized Neatly. But some of us aren’t so neat. We may separate our edge pieces from our jagged pieces, but otherwise, we’re not so organized and prepared. We’ve got some puzzles for you too! Things that are a little messier, maybe even a little harder because these colors and patterns repeat.

What do you think—neat or messy? What’s your favorite? Let us know!

Colorful Rubber Boots by Lafayette Puzzle Factory. 300 pieces.

Beading Bliss by White Mountain. 1000 pieces.

Yard Sale by White Mountain. 1000 pieces.

Crazy Toys by White Mountain. 1000 pieces.

Polish Cuisine by Ceaco. 550 pieces.

Grandma’s Attic by Ravensburger. 1000 pieces.

Blow Pops by Master Pieces. 1000 pieces.

Kitchen Cupboard by Ravensburger. 1000 pieces.

 

3 thoughts on “Challenging Puzzles: Disorganized Messes

  1. Susanna

    I’m drawn to the messier stuff! I LOVE the collage puzzles from White Mountain – esp the games one! think I need the Ravensburger Kitchen Cupboard one too! these 1000 piece ones take me forever it seems!

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    1. Megan Fajardo Post author

      I know, I’ve been working (slowly) on a 1000 piece one for a couple weeks now. Feels extra great though when they’re finished, huh?🙂

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      1. Susanna

        awesome when they’re finishe d- or almost finished! sorta get a second wind once I’m 1/3 or 1/2 done! almost done with Patchwork America – 4th of July themed one from Sunsout that’s pretty neat except I’m at the boring sky now LOL! almost finished after work this morning but was about to fall asleep with all the soothing light blue sky! not sure what’s up next – was leaning towards one of White Mountain’s – lunchboxes, 80s or country music – then thought the televsion one – then all these blog posts have me really wanting to do the Springbok knit knacks one or the one with the little girls and the dolls..sigh..I need more time and better eyes!🙂

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