Looking for a fun way to do a family activity? Look no further than Wentworth Puzzles new Christmas jigsaws.
We were kindly sent these to review, here’s what Elaine from our team thought.
Elaine said: “I was delighted when hand-designed, Wentworth, wooden jigsaw puzzles dropped through our office door and I was amazed to see how interested everyone was. There were three different puzzles, Nativity Kings, Festive Toy Shop and Hare in the Snow.
I took a look at each of these and started with the Nativity King which had 250 pieces. The jigsaw was made from laser-cut wood and had inside fun pieces which I haven’t seen in a jigsaw as there were shapes of a camel, stars and more which I felt added real character to the jigsaw. Once the Nativity King Jigsaw was assembled, it had a beautiful picture of the 3 Wise Kings.
Next up is the Wentworth Festive Toy Shop which had 240 laser-cut jigsaw pieces and is a shaped puzzle (with no straight edge on the outside) making it super fun. This jigsaw I think was my favourite out of the three as once it was made up, had a beautiful Christmas scene of a Toy Shop featuring lots of Christmas decorations and more. Again the jigsaw had fun shapes and lots of quirky characters to add in including a Santa shape, Snowflake, Teddy Bear and more.
Finally, Hare In The Snow by Wentworth Puzzles which once finished had a cute Hare sitting in flowers and plants, surrounded by a snowy field. The jigsaw also has 240 laser-cut wooden jigsaw pieces which also had fun characters to include into the puzzle, these included Fox, Grouse and Sheep.
Overall I loved the three jigsaws, each of them had unique, quirky scenes and I really liked the way that characters were added into the puzzle so it made it less traditional and gave it it’s own unique, fun look, brilliant puzzles.”
Treat yourself to one or both of these delightful hand-designed jigsaw puzzles (the 240 piece Festive Toy Shop or the 250 piece Nativity Kings) from Wentworth Puzzle for £29.95.
Who wouldn’t love to find a Christmas Jigsaw Puzzle hidden under their Christmas tree?