Soma Cube Solution

As promised–here is just one of the solutions to yesterday’s Soma Puzzle. Don’t you just love things that are good for your brain? Of course you do…

Remember there are 7 different sets of blocks that go together to make a square cube.

Begin with this one.

Second move.





Seventh and final.

I flipped it upside down so that you could see the bottom side. If you get terribly stumped just click here you’ll find all the solutions you need to feel like a smarty pants…

or a cheater. ha.


Oh, and I’m guest posting on Farm Bell Recipes today…check it out!

8 Responses to Soma Cube Solution

  • What a cute blog! Looking forward to reading more. I found you through Chickens in the Road. Love the Popsicle idea. Come on over and say hi if you want.

    My Country Blog of This and That


    Launi Reply:

    Glad you’re here! Thanks for the kind words. Hope you find tons of reasons to stay. :}

    I love, love, love your goat Marv!


  • Kathy says:

    I am glad that you put this up. Now I can feel smarter than John and Mallory. Who cares that I am cheating…just a little bit. 😉


    Launi Reply:

    It’s ok for mama’s to have an edge sometimes…sheesh.


  • April says:

    Yay, I like puzzles, and I bet J would like this one too.


    Launi Reply:

    Make it, make it, make it. It’s cool. The guys have been messing with this for days.


  • *LyndiLou* says:

    There’s HOW many ways to solve this? Dang. This puzzle is still making me smile because it looks like tetris pieces. Maybe I should just keep thinking that and I’ll figure it out on my own! 😛 Ha ha ha!


  • Pattyann says:

    Thank goodness you gave the solution. I was getting worried and thinking that I had to solve it! I am no good at puzzles!


Leave a Reply

Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *


You may use these HTML tags and attributes: <a href="" title=""> <abbr title=""> <acronym title=""> <b> <blockquote cite=""> <cite> <code> <del datetime=""> <em> <i> <q cite=""> <s> <strike> <strong>

GR dot blog
My Favorite Stuff
Gracious Rain Shop
Let’s Be Friends~
Share the love…

Grab our button!
Follow Me on Pinterest
Felted Button
Country Woman Magazine
made in usa challenge
Featured In~

I was featured on Fun Family Crafts

Deb's Heart and Home

As seen on Cut Out + Keep

The Miracle Momma

Scene of Sublime


Things to be grateful for...
Loading Quotes...