Have I mentioned yet this holiday that I love Ravensburger Puzzles? They always have the best designs and are well-made too (if you have had a puzzle that isn't, you understand the importance of the last part of that statement). They come in designs to appeal to every age group as well. These giant floor puzzles are always such a big hit, and what better theme for one than Toy Story 4?!? The movie was adorable and definitely a favorite of the year, and the characters are timeless and well-loved. They even have a theme-park area dedicated to them at Hollywood Studios (we visited the one in Orlando last year!).
This Ravensburger Escape Puzzle is unique and appealing to those who like to try puzzles that are a little different than others .
Do you have what it takes to ESCAPE the space observatory, witch's kitchen, submarine and vampire's castle? These all-new Escape Jigsaw Puzzles brings the mysterious challenge of an escape room into the comfort of your own home. What makes these puzzle unique is the innovative cutting process that allows pieces throughout the puzzle to fit together in multiple places, thus allowing the puzzlers to form items or objects that will assist in their escape. Similar to physical Escape Rooms, the Escape Puzzles are perfect for social gatherings where you can work together with friends or family to puzzle your way out.
This Pixar jigsaw puzzle I wrote about last year is still one of our favorites to put together. It is also from Ravensbruger. I just wanted to mention it here again because we have put it together quite a few times and it is still in perfect condition. If you're out shopping this holiday season, for someone who loves to put a good puzzle together, be sure to look for the Ravensburger name. You can buy them online, including Amazon, or in retail stores nationwide, and with the variety they offer, there is sure to be a puzzle everyone on your holiday shopping list would love to own.
Yeah, one's that stay together sure are a must indeed. Toy Story 4 is a winner any day.ReplyDelete
I love their puzzles as well. Mica used to be my puzzle boy.ReplyDelete
I haven't done a puzzle in years. I used to love doing them, so I don't know why I stopped. Lack of free time, probably. I should corral the girls this weekend and convince them to put one together with me. It's such a fun way to spend an afternoon with the family.ReplyDelete