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A Little Something Donuts 150-Piece Mini Puzzle

Lea Redmond
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Sweet and petite, this themed puzzle looks like a box of donuts.  A little something to bring delight! This 150-Piece Mini Puzzle offers a delicious activity for puzzlers. The puzzle features a variety of colorful donuts and is tu...
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Sweet and petite, this themed puzzle looks like a box of donuts. 

A little something to bring delight!

This 150-Piece Mini Puzzle offers a delicious activity for puzzlers. The puzzle features a variety of colorful donuts and is tucked inside a package that looks like a sweet bakery box.

Share a little joy with this petite puzzle—perfect for puzzlers of all levels!

MINI 150-PIECE PUZZLE: This compact 5-inch-by-3.5-inch package shows the completed image, carries a cute message, and keeps the 150-piece puzzle safe from damage. The delightful finished mini puzzle measures 9.25 by 6.75 inches.

FOR EVERYONE IN THE FAMILY: This 150-piece set is just challenging enough for all levels of puzzlers, novice and expert, young and old.  

GREAT GIFT: A charming package makes this an easy, perfect gift, no extra wrapping required. Joyful and entertaining!

SCREEN RELIEF: For when you need a screen break, this puzzle offers an easy, analog activity that is perfect for work breaks, after-dinner downtime, family fun, or anytime you need a fun distraction.

Perfect for: men and women, all ages; both novice and aficionado puzzle fans; stocking-stuffer shoppers; tabletop gamers; retro and vintage lovers; parents, grandparents looking for a sweet gift; family activity shoppers; non-denominational gift seekers

Format: Puzzles
Pages: 150
Size: 5 x 3 1/2 x 1 3/4
Publication Date: 05/17/2022
ISBN: 9781797213224
Lea Redmond is the author of the bestselling LETTERS TO MY . . . series and the A Little Something Puzzles. She crafts objects, designs experiences, writes books, and plays with ideas at her studio in Oakland, California.