Ornament Box Premium Jigsaw Puzzle

Select a puzzle cut to view solve times.

Free online jigsaw puzzle for adults and kids of a box of Christmas decorations. The colorful balls will be hung on the Christmas tree.

ornamentsballscolorfulboxChristmasholiday

Random Jigsaws

More Random Jigsaws »

Send as eCard
Please log in or sign up to post a comment.
25 Comments
(1) 2 Older »
carolsapple
Mar 25, 2016
Just learned about your beloved Corgi. We used to have a Corgi growing up. She was the sweetest thing. Ours had problems with falling etc. too. She lived til she was 16 when she fell into the family pool. Tried to get herself up the steps to get out but didn't make it.
trynfindit
Dec 11, 2015
We haven't put our tree up yet. We usually do it early in the month, if not right after Thanksgiving but our beloved Corgi, who was just shy of 13 years old, has been failing and finally passed yesterday morning. I suppose we'll try and get a tree up in the next day or so.
JamieT
Dec 11, 2015
You have my condolences on the loss of your pet. Losing a pet can be rough, especially during this time of the year when everything seems to get more emotional.
trynfindit
Dec 12, 2015
Thanks Jamie.
Taffi
Dec 14, 2015
My condolences to you as our pets are part of the family. 13 years is pretty good, I think. You'll always retain a bit of thinking you've seen your corgi but that's the good memories popping up. Hugs, trynfindit!
trynfindit
Dec 14, 2015
Thank you Taffi.
fmick1926
Dec 15, 2015
I'm truly sorry to hear of ur loss. My heart and thoughts are with you.
trynfindit
Dec 15, 2015
Thanks fmick. It seems so odd not to have him come into the kitchen when we're in there (he loved food of any sort). After 13 3/4 years having him around it's difficult not having him here. Even his vet got misty-eyed when he last examined Dudley during those last days (we'd had Dudley tested for absolutely everything in case he had something that could be treated; alas, old age has no cure) and one of the vet assistants even came in early, before her shift, to see him. If there is one word to describe Dudley it would be Love. He loved everyone and everyone loved him. A great dog.
fmick1926
Dec 16, 2015
What a great name for a baby, it sounds like it suited him well. You always know you have a good caring vet when they go the extra mile for clients. It brings tears to my eyes, I too have lost some babies of my own. Just remember that as long as Dudley's in your heart he is always with you.
tomandray
Dec 29, 2015
Oh Trynfindit, I'm so sorry for the loss of your little Corgi boy, Dudley. You will feel him around for a long time. Everyplace you go in the house where he slept, played and ate, you will feel him. He was part of your family, it's the same as loosing a child. I still feel KitKat, she passed away in March after 16 1/2 years. She was our traveling kitty, loved Christmas, a beautiful classy lady. Miss her a lot, especially this Christmas. We had 4 girls altogether, each passing was difficult. And now we feel like "empty nesters". Just does not feel right. It will take you quite some time, but they truly do not leave your heart and soul. Dudley will always be with you. God Bless you and your family. :) >^-^<
trynfindit
Dec 30, 2015
Thanks tomandray. He was a big part of our lives.
elijah13
Dec 17, 2015
This puzzle was not as easy as it looks.
debbie8327
Dec 14, 2015
Pretty. I like my tree with different color bulbs
micki
Dec 13, 2015
That was fun!! Love the ornaments that have the sparkly things on them. Can't put up a real tree 'cause my cats love to eat the needles. They even tried on my most recent fake tree, but didn't find it as appetizing. One of my kitties ate the little beads on the tree skirt. If I didn't love 'em.......argh.
JamieT
Dec 11, 2015
Those are great ornaments - they look like glass and somewhat similar to the ornaments that by brother and I probably accidentally shattered growing up. I haven't bothered putting up a tree in quite some time. I had once bought a 4' tall artificial tree and when I put it in the building's storage bins in the basement, someone stole it.
mrscf
Dec 11, 2015
Pretty ornaments! No tree for us this year. We have a 10 month old English Mastiff puppy and he would destroy the tree - or pee on it - or both! Maybe next year we can try but I am not up to the struggle this year. We have decorations up but all out of his reach. Wishing you all happy decorating and Merry Christmas!
trynfindit
Dec 11, 2015
How 'bout a table tree?

One year my oldest daughter brought her ball python over (she was staying with us for a few days at Christmas) and the darn thing got out of its cage and slithered up the tree. I can tell you getting a snake out of a Christmas tree is a whole new experience especially since you can't just pull them off the trunk; the trunk had needles on it that would have cut the snake so I had to carefully lift the silly snake off the tree trunk.
globug
Dec 11, 2015
Oh my goodness. A snake?? I wouldn't of been able to sleep a wink with a snake in the house, You are a braver person than I.
trynfindit
Dec 11, 2015
Snakes don't bother me. Now, at the sight of a cockroach I cringe.
aknan
Dec 11, 2015
Would much prefer a snake to a tarantula!
jas6415
Dec 11, 2015
Pretty ornaments don't think I will put up a tree this year
(1) 2 Older »