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Life Is Good The Art of Optimism 300 Large Piece Jigsaw Puzzle

Buffalo Games
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This 300-large piece jigsaw puzzle, Life is Good®: The Art of Optimism®, is part of the Art of Play series by Buffalo Games. This jigsaw puzzle has fun tie-dyed patterns with vibrant colors and is inspired by Life is Good and its mission to spread the power of optimism through artwork. Whether you do it alone or with your friends and family, this puzzle coining those three simple words will make it easy to focus on the good.

Life is Good is a retail and lifestyle brand that aims to spread the power of optimism through artwork and positive messaging. They donate 10% of their annual net profits to the Life is Good Playmakers, a nonprofit working to help kids in need overcome various forms of childhood trauma.

The pieces of this puzzle are 67% larger than traditional puzzle pieces, which makes them easier to see and hold for a pleasant puzzle experience. Every Buffalo Games jigsaw puzzle is manufactured from recycled puzzle board. A precision cutting technique guarantees that every piece will fit soundly with the company's signature Perfect SnapTM. A bonus puzzle poster is also included so that you have a handy reference of what the completed puzzle should look like while you put yours together.

  • 300-large piece jigsaw puzzle - these pieces are 33% larger than standard puzzle pieces for improved dexterity and placement
  • Finished size is 18 x 18 inches
  • Full color bonus poster included for help in solving
  • Manufactured from premium quality materials including 100% recycled paperboard
  • Buffalo Games puzzles are manufactured using trademarked "Perfect Snap" technology ensuring a tight interlocking fit between pieces
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Reviews for Life Is Good The Art of Optimism 300 Large Piece Jigsaw Puzzle

  • 5
    Nice Puzzle, Bit Harder Than Others for my Dad

    I bought several of the 300 large piece puzzles for my Dad who has early Alzheimer's. He likes the large pieces and can finish these mostly on his own. He likes a variety in the images so it's easier to know where a piece goes. I thought this one could be nice because it's like 4 smaller puzzles. I always build them first to check them out. This one may be too hard for him because it's less clear where a piece goes as some of the blue/red pieces look like the multi-color one. It is nice that two of the pictures have black backgrounds and the other two have blue, that helps. The construction feels pretty solid, although every now and then the cut will not have gone through all the way so there is a "double" piece.