In this fall themed puzzle we feature lots and lots of brown and yellow dry leaves on the ground. During Autumn tree leaves dry up, turn various shades of yellow, orange, red, purple or brown, and fall on the ground. // Image Credit: Daily Jigsaw Puzzles
Continue your journey in the world of mushrooms with part two of this fun puzzle series. Today's puzzle showcases an elaborate illustration teeming with a myriad of mushrooms and fungi. The image captivates with its rich diversity, presenting an array of mushrooms distinguished by their unique features: from varying cap shapes to stem lengths, and an array of vibrant colors. Against a backdrop of deep, lush green, the mushrooms stand out vividly, creating a mesmerizing contrast that makes for a fun and challenging jigsaw puzzle.
An apartment building(apartment complex, flat complex, block of flats, tower block or high-rise) is a multi-story building where three or more residences are contained within one structure. An apartment, or flat is a self-contained housing unit in one of these types of buildings. In today's new puzzle we feature the facade of an apartment building. Have fun!
In this new puzzle we feature lots of transparent boxes filled with colored markers. A marker also known as a marker pen, fine liner, marking pen, felt-tip pen, flow marker has its own ink source and a tip made of porous, pressed fibers such as felt and it's used to write on different surfaces such as glass, plastic, wood, metal, stone, paper or on whiteboards. Think you can put the colorful markers in this new puzzle back together? Give it a try!
The Japanese spindle, known scientifically as Euonymus japonicus, is an evergreen shrub native to East Asia, including Japan, China, and Korea. It is a popular ornamental plant cultivated for its attractive foliage and versatility in landscaping. In addition to its foliage, the Japanese spindle produces small, inconspicuous flowers in late spring or early summer. These flowers are usually greenish-yellow and are followed by small, round capsules that contain orange-red seeds. Japanese spindles are commonly used as hedges, foundation plantings, or as specimens in gardens and landscapes.
Coffee is grown in various regions around the world, primarily in countries within the "coffee belt," which is located between the Tropics of Cancer and Capricorn. The two most widely cultivated and traded species of coffee are Arabica (Coffea arabica) and Robusta (Coffea canephora). Before they are turned into the drink we all know and love, coffee beans are roasted. Roasting is the critical step in bringing out the flavors and aromas of coffee beans. It can produce a wide range of flavors and aromas, depending on the roast level. After roasting, beans are rapidly cooled to stop the roasting process and prevent overcooking. Once cooled, they are be stored in airtight containers to preserve their freshness and aroma. So what are you waiting for? Grab a cup of your favorite coffee, start today's puzzle and relax!
In today's puzzle you get to piece together a picturesque scene showcasing a meticulously crafted bird house, delicately woven with rustic wicker. Bird houses, also known as birdhouses or bird nesting boxes, are man-made structures designed to provide shelter and nesting sites for various bird species. These structures mimic the natural nesting cavities that birds would typically seek out in trees, but they are specifically constructed to meet the needs and preferences of different bird species. Bird houses come in a variety of shapes, sizes, and designs, each tailored to attract specific bird species.
In today's puzzle we feature an old cartwheel. Old cartwheels were made out of wood, had wooden spokes and metal tyres. Over millennia the overall appearance and design of the wheel barely changed. Subtle changes to the design such as dishing and staggered spokes, made a massive improvement to the strength of the wheel whilst reducing its weight. So, now that you know a bit more about cartwheels, click start and enjoy today's puzzle.
Bouncy castles (also called bouncing castles, bouncy houses, inflatable castles, bounce houses, jumpy house, bouncing houses, jumping castles, jumpers or moon bounces) are inflatable structures typically designed for recreational use, especially by children at parties, events, or amusement parks. They come in various shapes, sizes, and themes, such as castles, houses, animals, or cartoon characters. The interior of a bouncy castle is often filled with air chambers and cushioned walls, creating a safe and enjoyable environment for kids to jump, bounce, and play in. In today's puzzle we feature a close-up of such a structure. Put the pieces back together, see the colorful walls of the inflatable castle and complete today's game. Have fun!
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