A Bookish Jigsaw Puzzle: “Unicorn Reading” #Puzzle #Unicorn #Bookish #MudPuppy #UnicornReading

“Unicorn Reading” – a 500 piece bookish jigsaw puzzle

One of my favorite hobbies is assembling jigsaw puzzles. I found this one at Barnes and Noble and fell in love with the artwork. This puzzle is manufactured by Mudpuppy which is a high quality brand, in my opinion. The pieces are thick, colorful, and strong.

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The puzzle features a unicorn reading who’s surrounded by books! If you look closely you can read some of the silly book titles which include: Lion, Witch, and Closets, Dan’s with Dragon by Jorge R.R. Martin, and The Name of the Breeze by Patrick Rothfuzz.

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My family all worked together to assemble it.Β  It’s not too difficult at 500 pieces and measures about 20″ by 20″ when complete. This would be cute to frame, but I think we’ll save it to assemble again.

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What do you think about puzzles? Do you enjoy any hobbies during free time outside of reading?

πŸ’œ Mischenko

26 thoughts on “A Bookish Jigsaw Puzzle: “Unicorn Reading” #Puzzle #Unicorn #Bookish #MudPuppy #UnicornReading

    1. Aren’t they funny? πŸ˜‚ I especially loved the Wizard School book by JKR. We’ve been doing puzzles my whole life, but do take breaks obviously when life is too busy. To be honest, I didn’t put that many pieces together on this one. My family took it over. πŸ˜‰

      Maybe one day you’ll find a puzzle that you like. There are so many cool ones out there! πŸ‘

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  1. I love the picture! I haven’t enough patience for jigsaws but my other half enjoys them and is in the middle of one at the moment. I prefer to get out and about with my camera when I get the chance.

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    1. We have so much in common, Jen! It does take a lot of time and I have to be in the mood too. There are so many beautiful puzzles with cats! My mom and daughter just did one and I thought of you. ❀ Take care, friend.

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  2. starjustin

    I had soooooo much fun doing this puzzle as a family. I was happy to see even my oldest grandson helped and even saved (lol) the last piece to put in. I have always loved doing puzzles since I was a kid. I think my mom really fueled that in me and enjoyed doing them too.
    Great post! Thx for sharing! πŸ™‚β€οΈπŸ‘πŸ»

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  3. It’s a beautiful puzzle and also looks like a lot of fun to complete. I used to enjoy puzzles when I was younger but I haven’t done any in quite a while. This post has made me miss them.

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  4. I love doing puzzles πŸ˜€ And I am tempted to buy one at Barnes and Nobles almost every time I go because they always have cool nerdy puzzles πŸ˜€ I love the one you picked! And Its awesome that you and your family do them together ❀

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    1. They do! I was so happy when they started selling puzzles and games. Weve purchased some really neat games there too. The only thing I don’t like is all the toys because it makes my kids want to spend more time over in that section. They have some unique toys too though! Thanks for checking it out. πŸ’œπŸ’™πŸ’œ

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  5. Oooh, I love this one! I used to LOVE puzzles. At one point I had this massive puzzle that came in four parts to be assembled and was something like 6-8 feet long and was the ceiling of the Sistine Chapel but I gave up on it eventually, lol. I used to have a puzzle I did of this image: https://images.app.goo.gl/y6GTgbX6H7iCvBkq9 hanging on my old bedroom wall before I moved out but it didn’t survive the move and I was very sad.

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