Family Dinner Night 1000 Piece Puzzle
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This family dinner party has the most intriguing guests—children, adults, and animals—all eating, singing, and enjoying one another’s company. All are welcome! Pull a chair up to the table and celebrate with this colorful and whimsical risograph-style illustration. Observe the bass-playing crocodile on the mezzanine, the mice watching the festivities from the bookshelf, and the little animals lying in wait under the table. It will be a night to remember. Illustrated by the Japanese artist Asahi Nagata.
- Full color insert
- Puzzle: 23" x 23" inches finished
- Box: 11" x 11" x 2"
- Glossy, sturdy pieces and minimal puzzle dust
- Made with Recycled Materials, Vegetable Based Inks, and FSC®-certified paper
"Asahi Nagata’s art is an absolute delight and there’s just something so charming about this whole whimsical scene she’s depicted. The vibrant colours, the festive figures and all the fun little details to discover make this puzzle so exciting to do!" - Liz, Sales Associate
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This is the first 1000 piece puzzle I’ve purchased from eeboo! I chose this one because I fell in love with the design & honestly the previous two-star review convinced me I needed to get it. I love a challenge & I am extremely patient. This only took me two days to finish, though—I didn’t find it nearly as hard as I was expecting! Anyway, I’m going to frame this for my living/dining room :) Will definitely buy from eeboo again!
I am an excellent puzzler, but as most coloring on each piece looks quite like the next, it is slow going, and never fun - the #1 worst quality in a puzzle. The pretty bright colors keep one returning to the task, but it is a task. How I wish eeboo, of which I am a fan and $pend lots with, would change most of their 1000 piece puzzles to 750.