Cat's Cookie Club 250XL Jigsaw Puzzle

Linda Jane Smith

In this new home baking scene, Linda Jane Smith gives us a glimpse of the ‘clawful’ chaos that takes place when a clowder of cats is set loose in the kitchen. These cats are whisking up a few paw-some treats.

The puzzle pieces in the 250XL range are twice the size of those in a standard 1,000 piece puzzle and are ideal for people with handling or sight difficulties. Once completed, the jigsaw has the same surface area as a standard 500 piece puzzle. As with all Gibsons jigsaws, the beautifully illustrated pieces are made from the highest quality 100% recycled board and are therefore a pleasure to work with again and again.

Details

High quality 250XL piece jigsaw puzzle.
Puzzle size 33.5x49cm when complete.
Made from thick, durable puzzle board that is 100% recycled.
Pieces are twice the size of those in our 1000 piece puzzles.
Ideal for those with handling or sight difficulties.
These puzzles are well suited to people living with dementia and completing this beautiful Gibsons puzzle is both mentally stimulating and enjoyable.
Design and manufactured in the UK

Gibsons jigsaws can be purchased in store from garden centres, toy shops, department stores and gift shops.
Find your nearest retailer on our stockist page.
Alternatively, our whole jigsaw puzzle range is available to buy from the following retailers:
Barney's Newsbox
Jigsaw Puzzles Direct
All Jigsaw Puzzles
The Yorkshire Jigsaw Store
Amazon

Artist Profile

Linda Jane Smith

Linda Jane Smith studied Graphic Design at Bournville College of Art in Birmingham, and her time there gave her the discipline to work very precisely and enabled her to combine the two great loves of her life, cats and painting.

Linda Jane Smith is an avid collector of old objects; hat pins, china and fabrics are treasures to her and they often turn up in her own paintings. Humour is also a big part of Linda’s work.

She works with designer gouache, in a Pointillist style, making a detailed drawing first, then meticulously putting on dots of paint to slowly build up the colour so that it has form and texture.

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