New Puzzles: March 2018

Next week I’ll be doing a feature on a new puzzle brand, Eeboo. So much fun! Be sure to check in next weekend. For this week, we’re looking at the best of the new puzzles for March.

For your Edification – A Tip on Saving Shipping Costs:

I used to never order a single puzzle because the shipping cost for just one can be nearly as much as the puzzle itself!  One solution is the Puzzle Warehouse’s “Puzzle of the Month” club because it means year-long free shipping. Check it out.

When Puzzles are Out of Stock:

The inventory at Puzzle Warehouse moves quickly, and due to limited warehouse space, only certain amounts of any one titles are brought in at a time. When a puzzle is out of stock, it’s likely to be back in stock within a week or two. Enter your email address on the out of stock page to be notified when it returns so you can place an order before it’s out again.


MARCH 2018

These are my top picks of the new puzzles that are currently available at Puzzle WarehouseTO SEE ALL NEW PUZZLES AT PUZZLE WAREHOUSE CLICK HERE.

TOP PICK #1: “Sea Urchins”, Piatnik, 1000 pieces  

I absolutely adore this new Paitnik puzzle. These urchins have such incredible colors and textures and there’s something soothing about the simplicity of all the round shapes. CLICK ON ANY IMAGE BELOW TO SEE THE PUZZLE ON THE PUZZLE WAREHOUSE SITE.

TOP PICK #2: “Tea Time”, Springbok, 1000 pieces  

There’s a rash of new Springbok’s and this is my favorite. All the gold frames will make this a fun challenge.

TOP PICK #3: “The Family Campsite” by Aimee Stewart, Buffalo Games, 1000 pieces  

This is a brand new design from Buffalo and Aimee Stewart. Lots of fun detail and a summer theme..

More new puzzles at Puzzle Warehouse this month


There are a bunch of brand new Springbok puzzle designs in right now.

“Birds and Butterflies”, 1000 pieces 

This fabulous bird and flower design has been published before, but not with this awesome frame or in the quality Spingbok random cut.

“Paris Sunset”, 1000 pieces 

Great colors on this travel-themed puzzle.

“Mystic Realm”, 1000 pieces 

“The Conservatory”, 1000 pieces 

“Gamer’s Trove”, 1000 pieces 

This is a great collage with lots of lettering and mini puzzles throughout in the box covers. And those who love vintage games will be especially excited about this one.

“Retro Refreshments”, 1000 pieces 

These two food and drink themed collages have lots of bright colors and package designs that make-up mini puzzles within the larger composition.

“Sweet Tooth”, 500 pieces 


“Quilt Shop”, 500 pieces 

Quilt patterns are always fun to puzzle and this scene is chock full of them.

“Sitting Pretty” by the Hautman Brothers, 1000 pieces 

A great image for spring!



“Winter Garden”, 1000 pieces 

I love this image and we now have it in stock at Puzzle Warehouse. Grab it while you can!


“Spring Song” by Dona Gelsinger, 500 pieces 

This is a lovely new image for spring.


“Vintage World War I” (1000 pieces) and “Vintage World War II” (500 pieces) 

Great vintage collages.


“Jewel of the Garage” and “At Your Service” (Wheels), 750 pieces 

These car-themed puzzles are so full of color and detail.

“Retro Petrol” (Suitcase Box), 1000 pieces 

I love the hot reds and yellows of this collage and all the lettering. Cool!

“Autumn Cottage”, 1000 pieces

I love the foreground elements of the leaves and flowers on this cottage scene.

New Puzzles Coming Soon

These puzzles have been announced but aren’t yet in stock at Puzzle Warehouse. Hopefully soon!


Jan Van Haasteren / Jumbo

“The Magic Fair” – coming in May



That’s it for this round up. Check in next week for a special review of a new puzzle maker, Eeboo!


7 thoughts on “New Puzzles: March 2018

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  1. So Happy to see the cat was not forgotten in the quilt puzzle, great colours ..would be a fun one to do.glad it is 1,000.

    1. I agree, quilts need a cat or two ❤️ I found five in this one, were there more?

    2. You are correct I would say,five cats ..unless some hiding under the

  2. Is there a special trick to getting random cut pieces to create the frame of a puzzle? I have a beautiful nativity scene I started before Christmas and can’t get much going on it. I did sort colors the best I could, but the oddly shaped pieces make it hard to create the puzzles frame/outline! I thought once I got started I would pick up the rhythm of matching pieces, but only a few have jumped out at me.
    I can do the hardest digital puzzles online with Magic Puzzles & Jigsaw Puzzles, but they are your normal shaped pieces.

    1. If the border isn’t easy to pick out, like in a shaped puzzle or an extreme random cut, forget doing the border first. Just do whatever easy color/pattern groups you can complete, and continue on on that way. Fill the border out like any other part of the puzzle as it becomes obvious.

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