Gifts Today magazine

Step in Spring with Six New Puzzles!

Gibsons have released six new puzzles this Spring that are sure to keep puzzlers entertained during those pesky April showers!

The first of the new lines is Afternoon Angling, the 500-piece puzzle by Kevin Walsh that shows a father and son fishing in a stream whilst a Steam Foden trundles by, filled to the brim with freshly harvested wheat.

Heading Home is another jigsaw with a similar nostalgic feel. The 636 jigsaw has been painted by Dominic Davison and depicts a carthorse ambling home through the village after a long day at the market.

There are two new 1,000 piece puzzles in the Spring range that have been painted by Beryl Peters and Steve Read. The Racing Game comprises of a montage of old cars, bicycles, aeroplanes and motorbikes that have been lifted from vintage annuals from the 1930s and 1940s. Feline Frenzy, shown here, portrays quite a different scene. In Steve Read’s painting, a clowder of kittens are wreaking havoc in a lovely lounge whilst their owner is absentmindedly tending to her garden!

Finally, there are two harbour themed jigsaws that are joining the Gibsons range this Spring. Shortlisted for the 2014 Artist of the Year prize, Roger Turner’s painting of Mevagissey Harbour portrays the beautiful Cornish fishing village. The other painting is by Steve Crisp and shows Newquay Harbour on a bright summer’s day, with visitors soaking up the spectacular scenery that surrounds the Cornish coast.

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