ShangriLlama hosts llama-themed birthday parties and is always looking for new party activities. We were thinking that a puzzle contest would be fun, with two teams racing to assemble identical puzzles of our actual llamas that have been turned into caricatures. But we didn't know how long it would take elementary school children to complete a 48-piece puzzle versus a 100-piece puzzle. So we sought the input of piczzle.com, who quickly and eagerly gave us their estimation of 7-10 minutes for the smaller puzzle. Yesterday, two teams of party-goers eagerly competed in our first puzzle contest, with dads particularly enthusiastic to help the kids. Guests laughed a lot and expressed great satisfaction at completing their puzzle, whether they finished in first or second place. The winning team took 8 minutes, just as piczzle.com said they would! We may purchase a third puzzle for larger groups, which would make the competition even more hilarious--and noisy!