Blue Crab Bounty



Pieces: 1000 Pieces
Size:  30″ x 24
Artist: Barb Tourtillotte
P/N:  40701

Prepare for a feast on this blue crab bounty dumped on this beautiful chart map background.  Your mouth will be watering as you enjoy working this 1000 piece puzzle.  Our first puzzle from artist Barb Tourtillotte.

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5 reviews for Blue Crab Bounty

  1. Jean Witmer

    Just finished this lovely puzzle. As in reviews from others about different Heritage puzzles, many times I thought there must be pieces missing. But no, they were all there…it was just more challenging than I expected. Good quality and fun to do. I’m ready to order another beach scene to work on this winter.

  2. Rebecca

    I bought a number of puzzles because I liked the themes and designs. They are all very nice. I love that it gives you the size frame you will need if you want to frame them. Customer service was very helpful when I was having an issue. They were incredibly professional and didn’t assume I was the problem. I would recommend this company to anyone who wants some nice puzzles.

  3. Irene

    I gifted this puzzle to my cousin who hosts an annual crabbing weekend for the family. It was a huge hit!! Three generations worked on this puzzle on and off, practically around the clock, and we finished it in one weekend. The words on the map were especially fun, and the crabs themselves were the most difficult. Love this puzzle!

  4. Kim

    My daughter and I loved working on this puzzle together. We quickly found out that the crabs are very similar, if not exactly the same, which made it even harder, especially since if you found the pattern and thought it went on one crab, the piece would be a different shape. We also loved finding all the words on the map. Can’t wait for the other coastal ones to come back in stock… hoping before Mother’s Day, so I can ship one to my mom in FL.

  5. Ed Gillespie

    Challenging puzzle. After the obvious starting places, I found that I often had to go piece to piece to assemble it. More challenging than others I have completed recently.

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