Wouldn’t you like to hop onto that bright yellow bicycle, or perhaps the nifty turquoise scooter, for a tour of this charming town? Or, if you’re lucky enough to have a room at the small hotel, you can just stroll out the door for a glass of wine or a meal at nearby restaurants and bistros. Neighborhood cats keep a close watch over all. This colorful scene comes to us from Art World on a 550 piece puzzle with a finished size of 18” x 24”.
Greetings From…all fifty states in this colorful collection of stamps issued by the United States Postal Service. Bold graphics invite us to explore each state – skiing in Colorado, horse racing in Kentucky, lighthouses and moose of Maine, the golden plains of Iowa and Kansas, bronco busting in Montana, cacti and mesas of Arizona, sailing in Rhode Island, and a couple of majestic bucks in the White Mountain Puzzles home state of New Hampshire. 1,000 piece puzzle with a finished size of 24” x 30”.
This masterpiece of pointillism by French artist George Seurat was painted in 1884-86 and consists of thousands of tiny dots. The huge canvas is six feet by ten feet and hangs in the Art Institute of Chicago. The scene depicts Parisians spending a splendid Sunday afternoon on the banks of the river Seine. The oil painting is recreated on this 1,000 piece puzzle with a finished size of 24” x 30”.
This historic Washington, DC puzzle provides a superb overview of Washington, DC's famous monuments and historic buildings and is filled with fascinating facts about our nation's capital. Get the history behind the Jefferson Memorial, Washington Monument and more. It's a great learning tool and fun for the entire family. Major Washington, DC streets are named and laid out for you to take a virtual walking tour of the city. What better way to prepare for a visit there, or to renew your memories of it once you return home? Artist: Dana Gaines 1000 Piece Jigsaw Puzzle. Finished size 24" X 30"
Take the Pepsi Challenge and quench your thirst with the tempting assortment on this 550 piece puzzle. Vintage images go back to the good old days of the 5 cent bottle and the promotional thermometer. This puzzle designed by Charlie Girard has a finished size of 18” x 24”.
Often associated with wintry weather, a nice cup of hot chocolate or cocoa (and there IS a difference!) can hit the spot at any time of the year. The Mayans were drinking chocolate in Mexico as far back as 500 B.C., and by the 17th century it was a fashionable drink throughout Europe. Around the same time, the Dutch introduced it to North America where we fully embraced this delicious treat. Designer Charlie Girard has put together this collection of vintage packaging and signs on a 1,000 piece puzzle with a finished size of 24” x 30”.
This enamelware is great with any meal, but especially with blue crabs!