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Wymondham firm launches new jigsaws after teaming up with artist Lucy Loveheart

10:34 26 October 2012

Lloyd Ingleson and Lucy Loveheart with original print of Bluebell Cottage.

Lloyd Ingleson and Lucy Loveheart with original print of Bluebell Cottage.

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A Wymondham-based puzzles maker has launched two new children’s wooden jigsaws after teaming up with a Norfolk artist.

Queenswood Puzzles worked alongside internationally renowned illustrator Lucy Loveheart on the two new fantasy designs taken from the Lucy Loveheart collection called Bluebell Cottage and The Never Never Land.

Lloyd Ingleson, from Queenswood Puzzles, said: “The new handmade wooden jigsaw puzzles are an interesting addition to our existing range and we are delighted to be working with Lucy Loveheart.”

The puzzles were launched at the artist’s recent open studio event.

She said: “I am so excited that my designs have been made into these fantastic jigsaw puzzles and hope children will enjoy them very much, I especially like the whimsy shapes hidden in the puzzles for the children to find.”

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