- Great for groups
- Full color insert
- Puzzle: 23” x 23”
- Box: 11“ x 2" x 11”
Puzzle your way through eeBoo’s Birds in Fern 1000 Piece Puzzle, inspired by a vintage drawing. Jigsaw puzzles are a great activity for the whole family to enjoy. This beautiful fern garden featuring a family of birds will transport any family of puzzlers into focused calm.
The puzzle pieces come together:
Vivid leaves and radiant feathers!
…Like a hiker, stopped to rest,
Discovering a secret nest!
This is a challenging puzzle compared to other Eeboos. It is shiny, but I like that about Eeboos. The problem is that because it is harder than some of the others and of a darker tone the provided picture is important. However, the provided picture is not true to the colour of the puzzle and is VERY dull and small. The picture on the box is better and bigger, but the top left corner is covered with logo. I still give it 5 stars because I love Eeboo puzzles, but I would've expected the picture to be better.
Hi Deb, Thank you for your review! We sincerely appreciate your feedback on the reference image insert. We take quality extremely seriously and are always looking to improve! At the moment, we use that as a reference image and the colors on the box are the best match for the pieces. You can also find a full color image of the puzzle on the back of the box that can help while puzzling. We will pass along this feedback to our team! Thank you for supporting our small business. Happy Puzzling! Best, Katie at eeBoo
I’ve been plugging away at this puzzle with my mom for a few hours a day and we’re in the final stretch after about a week. A good investment to work on a little bit at a time. It’s a nice alternative to staring at a screen. B in F has a decent challenge to reward ratio, so even at the most frustrating there’s always a few pieces to put together somewhere. We yell and sing when we get a good streak going. Fun picture that’s deceptively simple. There are so many kinds of ferns! My only critique would be that the shiny surface of the paperboard gives off a glare under direct light making it hard to see the pieces.