Thursday, April 22, 2021

Pretty “Flow” puzzles by Workman make for a relaxing and zen time

I find “puzzle time” one of the best ways to spend time with my family. It is something we can do together and feel like we completed a project. My favorite types of images are ones like these Flow Workman puzzles “Free to Just Be” and “Dare to Dream“. They have lots of pretty colors and patterns. Our family does puzzles in a very systematic fashion. First organize the pieces by color and pulling out the border. Complete the border and then do easy sections. Then the harder stuff which is generally the large solid color areas that you simply have to do by shape (my least favorite but luckily my Dad likes those. If you are already a puzzle fan I highly recommend these and if you are looking to try your hand a puzzles these would be a nice fist one to put together. And when you are done be sure to pass on to another either friend or family member or to a puzzle swap group which are easy to find on Facebook!

More about the puzzles from the publisher:

Dare to dream with this beautiful 1,000-piece jigsaw puzzle from Flow.
Open a good book—and follow where it takes you. From American artist Sarah Walsh comes this tribute to the power of the imagination and its ability to transport us. What is real, beyond the woman and her book? Vibrant, lush, oasis-like, and yet startling—a blue striped zebra, a sky that goes on forever—this puzzle invites us to a place that we shape in our minds. That place we discover when we dare to dream.
—1,000 interlocking pieces
—Mini-poster 9 3/8 x 6 ¾ for reference or framing
—Completed puzzle size: 26 3/8 x 18 7/8

Take a deep breath with this beautiful 1,000-piece jigsaw puzzle from Flow.
Pause for a moment to take it in. In this fresh and vibrant painting, Dutch-Egyptian artist Roequya Fris evokes the Cairo streets of her childhood, where you can almost hear the women singing while hanging laundry. This puzzle stirs the senses—with its patterned fabrics and pink stucco walls—inviting us, piece by piece, to feel the breeze and sun, to delight in splashes of color, to visit a city teeming with life and memory.
—1,000 interlocking pieces
—Mini-poster (6 ¾” x 9 3/8”) for reference or framing
—Completed puzzle size: 18 7/8” x 26 3/8”


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