Unicorn Garden 500 Piece Round Puzzle

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Take on the extra challenge of a round puzzle! This intricately painted scene by illustrator Kevin Hawkes will transport any puzzler into a magical realm. A glowing sunset illuminates the inhabitants of the Unicorn's secret home; can you find the singing peacock or spot a humble hedgehog?

  • Full color insert
  • Puzzle: 23" x 23" inches round
  • Box: 11" x 11" x 2"
  • Glossy, sturdy pieces and minimal puzzle dust
  • Made with Recycled Materials, Vegetable Based Inks, and FSC®-certified paper

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    About the artist

    Kevin Hawkes lives in Maine where he is often found wandering aimlessly through the garden. He says his best time to work is in the winter because he can settle down and not get distracted, and summer is his worst because he wants to explore the woods, mountains, and beaches around him! His favorite things to draw are animals doing funny things, cobalt blue skies, imaginary landscapes, and flying pianos.
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    Victoria Emery
    All creatures

    Beautiful, challenging and fun. Love all the creatures in the puzzle.

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    Lee Hurd
    Beautiful!

    Wow, it took me two weeks to finish this, and it was a visual delight. From the time I opened the box and saw the rich glossy colors I was enchanted. A delightful challenge to work a round puzzle for the first time, but not the last! Thanks!