You may already know that I love puzzles and even better than that, I adore Purrfect puzzles. They have such a beautiful selection of artwork in each puzzle. Purrfect Puzzles has a collections to choose from including Celtic, Architectural, Heritage, and Pre-Raphaelite. The puzzles are 1000 pieces and prove a challenge for those puzzle-enthusiasts out there.
I have a healthy respect for a challenging puzzle and will sit down for hours doing them. It's such a feeling of accomplishment to have just completed a puzzle that you've sat working on for so long. Like I said, they have a beautiful selection and here are some that I absolutely love:
Who am I kidding? I really do love them all. Purrfect timing for St Patty's Day, they are offering one of my readers the chance to win their St. Patrick Puzzle from the celtic collection that depicts St. Patrick. This puzzle is also 1000 pieces and measures 19" x 26 "
"Patrick, who became the patron saint of Ireland, was born into a Roman ruling family in 390 AD Britain. At the age of 14 he was enslaved by a gang of Irish raiders and spent the next 6 years as a shepherd on a mountain top in County Armagh. A vision of ships persuaded him to escape. He later studied for the priesthood, was made a bishop, and returned to Ireland as a missionary in 432 AD. Many Celtic kings were converted with all of their people. Many legends are told of that time; he banished all snakes (a symbol of evil) from Ireland. The painting uses many other symbols: the shamrock (the Trinity), the harp, peacocks and angels (a calling from God). The conversion of Ireland to Christianity by St. Patrick did not destroy the original culture or cause a single martyrdom; a situation unknown in the rest of Europe."Isn't that an awesome design? The little intricacies are so interesting that you know it will be tons of fun to put each puzzle piece together.
One lucky reader will win their own St.Patrick Purrfect PuzzleI won't be using the form for entries on this, because I've been having some problems with Google forms. Comment below with your entries.
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