Duluth Alphabet

Regular price $22.00
Sam Nielsen is a watercolor artist known for her loose, whimsical style.  She gets much of her inspiration through the experience of urban sketching and the north shore scenery.  Sam particularly enjoys capturing the personality of a sassy seagull, intriguing architecture, and of course... pine trees.  Duluth Alphabet is a journey through town that celebrates popular destinations as well as locally known gems.  With the addition of a few twists this is one puzzle that will have you humming your ABCs in a whole new way!  Enjoy.

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Beth L
Wow what a Twist

Our grandson pointed out all the places he has seen in Duluth and helped with the tricky pieces. Grandma and Grandpa worked on it for four days off and on. You’ll enjoy it if a northern Minnesota visit was in your travels.

So fun-

My daughter gave me this puzzle after she moved to Duluth to attend college. A fun puzzle but 2 pieces were missing- we opened and assemble all in one day- adults only. Such a bummer. We were hoping it was part of the twist. Bummer!


No... a lost piece is not part of the twist. Yikes. That wouldn't be any fun. The good news is if you can send us a photo of where the pieces are missing within your puzzle we can ship you out replacement pieces. So sorry to hear about the two that went astray! Puzzle on!

Ed and Sandy
Fun and challenging

We recieved this as a Christmas gift from our children that live in Duluth. It took us 11 hours over a few days to complete. We enjoyed the challenge and fun to see the final result. We are also planning on framing it as well.

Sue s

Received puzzle from a friend. Thought I would enjoy since I was born and raised there. Was a lot of fun. Brought back fond memories of Engel Tower, the Ariel Lift Bridge etc. puzzle was hard but a lot of fun.

love this puzzle

We've spent a few vacations in Duluth and I saw this puzzle in a store. I didn't get the concept. But, when I got home I kept thinking about it, so I hopped online and found it here. It's a whimsical puzzle and very fun to do.