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Lady Spends Over Two Months Building World’s Largest Puzzle And It’s Incredible

I don’t know about you, but ever since I was little, I have absolutely loved puzzles. I’m not artistic, so it allows me the opportunity to create something beautiful without having to focus on the extreme details. I like to set up a card table and just get to work. Puzzles are nice because you don’t have to finish them all in one sitting. You can come back to it when you have time, as long as nobody touches it. But after seeing what this family built, I don’t think a card table would have cut it. This gigantic puzzle contains over 33,000 pieces! Can you imagine putting it together and then end up missing a piece? Luckily this did not happen, but here is this amazing puzzle all put together.

The puzzle in full. It too a total of 450 hours and about 2.5 months to complete.

Lady Spends Over Two Months Building World's Largest Puzzle And It's Incredible
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I can’t tell if they are leaving it there, or what they would do with it. If they glued it together, they could use it as a massive wall hanging.

Lady Spends Over Two Months Building World's Largest Puzzle And It's Incredible
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There it is in all its glory! Measuring in at 63 inches wide and 220.5 inches long.

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Here are a few closeups of the puzzle. The detail in the puzzle is pretty amazing.

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It would be so hard to figure out where all of the pieces went considering how big the puzzle is.

Lady Spends Over Two Months Building World's Largest Puzzle And It's Incredible
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This is pretty impressive. I’m sure it took a lot of time, but not only that – I’m sure it took a tremendous amount of focus and patience.

Lady Spends Over Two Months Building World's Largest Puzzle And It's Incredible
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If you are interested in purchasing your own giant puzzle, you can find them on Amazon. It’s being promoted as having the greatest number of pieces in the world.