Looks like Maine, and we hope it is because nothing beats Maine lobstah. You can get ‘em here either live or cooked, as well as steamers, fresh fish, clam cakes, chowdah and a raw bar. A fisherman throws chum overboard as he motors through the harbor, and the lighthouse stands sentry as it has for generations.
What fun to pretend we’re actually at the beach, wading through surf and sifting through sand for over 20 items that artist Mary Thompson has hidden in her painting!
The picture on the box shows an idyllic day at the shore, while the 1,000 piece puzzle inside has additional items to make it even more fun to build! Fear not – there will be a cheat sheet inside to help you with your search, so don’t forget the sun screen! Finished size 24” x 30”.
Imagine yourself watching Saturday morning cartoons with a heaping bowl of Cocoa Puffs, Kix, or Lucky Charms. Perhaps you're a bit more mature and prefer Cheerios, Total, or Wheaties - but never forget, Silly Rabbit, Trix Are For Kids!
Charlie Girard has assembled this colorful collage of stickers and logos for enticing beach communities. Who wouldn’t welcome a trip to the Outer Banks, Sanibel, Hilton Head, Nantucket, Malibu or any of the others? 1,000 piece puzzle with a finished size of 24” x 30”.
Lyrics by the Beach Boys and Jan & Dean along with images of Gidget and the Big Kahuna will be swirling around in your head as you put together this 1,000 piece puzzle, another winner from Lewis T. Johnson. Finished size 24” x 30”.
It’s time to bring the world of Dunder Mifflin to your card nights, with The Office Playing Cards. If you don’t love The Office, the chances are you don’t actually have a pulse and should seek immediate medical treatment. It’s the greatest sitcom ever made, period. That’s why we’re making these celebratory (and practical) playing cards, to immortalise our undying love for The Office.
Printed on high-quality card material, this deck is a standard poker set, with the four classic suits. Each suit celebrates our favourite The Office characters. Regional Manager Dwight Schrute is spades; the lovebirds Jim Halpert and Pam Beesly represent clubs; Ryan Howard takes diamonds; and Michael Scott is hearts because, well, we just love to love him. But of course, it’s Creed Bratton himself who is the joker of the deck.
This 1000 pc. puzzle from artist James Mellettcaptures the fashion and sports, the celebrities and politicians of the special era called the 80's. This jigsaw makes a great companion to the 60's, 70's, 90's and the New Millennium.
1000 pc. puzzles so be sure to collect them all. 1000 piece jigsaw puzzle: Finished size 24" X 30" How many
icons and events of the 1980's can you identify?
Put your Emotion knowledge to the test with this new and amusing card game. Cards in the Pop Culture edition feature famous tv shows, films, music, celebs, websites and sayings you have to guess from the string of Emoticons. As we all interpret Emoticons differently this game is not as easy as it sounds and will result in fits of laughter as ridiculous
Catcher in the Rye or Catch-22, Fallout Shelters to the Twilight Zone, blame it on the Baby Boomers! Those born in the years following World War II, roughly between 1946 and 1964, questioned authority, saw dramatic social change, experienced national tragedies, and can count three presidents born in 1946: #42, #43, & #45. This vivid collage by Charlie Girarddisplays many of the icons of this generation on a 1,000 piece puzzle with a finished size 24” x 30”.
Rainbow hues are reflected in the sky and deep blue water of this tempting tropical scene. On the beach outside the rustic cottages, a couple are entertained by leaping dolphins. Further out are more dolphins along with a variety of fish swimming with a large sea turtle around an ancient shipwreck.
There are over 20 additional images on the puzzle that you not see on the box but don’t fret- a cheat sheet is included! Artist John Enright. Finished size 24” x 30”.
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”.
In the mood for some beachcombing? Lewis T. Johnson inspires us with this bright and beautiful collection of shells, with a few pieces of sea glass thrown in for added color. Conch shell, lightning whelk, limpets and cockle shells are among the collection, dominated by two gorgeous starfish. 550 piece puzzle with a finished size of 18” x 24”.
This deck of playing cards feature the faces of television’s most beloved – the characters of Seinfeld. You might be asking yourself (with that very particular inflection), what’s the deal with playing cards? Well, if you must know, they originated in China during the Tang dynasty around the ninth century.
Now we use them to play fun games with friends, to gamble away our livelihoods and to confuse young children with illusions. And now, at long last, we have Seinfeld playing cards printed on high quality material.
This is a classic deck with 52 standard cards and two jokers. Each of the Seinfeld characters has a suit: Jerry represents diamonds, Elaine is hearts, George is clubs, which leaves Kramer with spades. Naturally, Newman is the joker.
A murder has been committed in the rural village of Little Piddling - artist Lena Pigareva will help you to solve the mystery and find the killer! The puzzle itself will look different than what you’re seeing on the box, with hints and clues and interesting characters all along the way to the solution. 1,000 pieces with a finished size of 24” x 30”. This is the 2nd Mystery Puzzle by Lena Pigareva. Her first Mystery Puzzle, Curse of Blackwood Hall, was a huge hit.
The 1970's was a turbulent decade, skillfully depicted in this jigsaw puzzle by artist James Mellett. He has done an excellent job in featuring the fashion and sports, the celebrities and politicians of the seventies era.
This jigsaw puzzle salutes the 70s with a tribute to the headline grabbers of the decade including the champion Pittsburgh Steelers, the Bee Gees, Patty Hearst, John Lennon & Yoko Ono, Watergate Hotel, Saturday Night Fever, Animal House, The Godfather, Jack Nicklaus, the Ford Pinto, The Muppet Show, and so many more. How many icons and events of the 1970s can you identify?
On the world scene we had Rosa Parks, Queen Elizabeth, Castro, Krushchev, Jonas Salk, Stalin, Truman, and McCarthyism, – but we liked Ike and Adlai. In sports we had Willie Mays, the Cleveland Browns, golfers, basketball stars, discus throwers, hockey players and the Boston Red Sox, among others. The Edsel, dial telephones, juke boxes, Coke machines, T-Birds, drive-in restaurants & theaters were all the rage. In movies, television, and music – well, too many to mention!
See for yourself in this colorful 1,000 piece puzzle by James Mellett. Finished size 24” x 30”.
Just Add Water. Fabulously fizzy & fun flavors need only a bit of water to put a smile on your face. Roy Rogers and Dale Evans themselves loved all the flavors of Kool-Aid, and who could argue with those icons? From Aunt Wick’s Root Beer to Rootin—Tootin’ Raspberry, which instant drinks were your favorites?
Charlie Girard has assembled a grouping of current and vintage drinks on this 1,000 piece puzzle. Finished size 24” x 30”.
This enamelware is great with any meal, but especially with blue crabs!