Check out our "top ten" list of Halloween puzzles for 2016. Because it's Halloween my list ended up at lucky 13.
FALL-THEMED PUZZLES WEEK: Fall is my favorite time of year. It's finally cooling down here in Pennsylvania, for which I'm grateful. It's a great time of year to get cozy at night with a mug of cider or hot chocolate and work on a puzzle. This week we’re featuring fall-themed puzzles. We reviewed "Red River Crossing" by... Continue Reading →
My last post for our travel-themed week is a look at the top ten travel-themed puzzles currently available on Puzzle Warehouse. First a question. What constitutes a 'travel-themed' puzzle? It's a large category that has vague edges. For example, is a train puzzle a travel puzzle? Hmm. You could argue the point, but a train puzzle... Continue Reading →
This week, for the dog days of summer, Jigsaw Junkies is featuring shaped puzzles. This week we had a review of "Autumn Squirrel" by Mary Thompson and "Abundant Garden" by Aimee Stewart. Today I'm going to share a top ten list with my favorite picks of Puzzle Warehouse's selection of shaped puzzles. (As usual, I couldn't... Continue Reading →
It’s 4th of July Week! This week at Jigsaw Junkies, we’re featuring 4th of July themed puzzles for the upcoming holiday. Today's post is a top ten list of the best 4th of July and Patriotic themed puzzles, just in time for your firework festivities. 10. "Mapletown Picnic" by Andy Thomas, Sunsout -- 500 pieces This is... Continue Reading →
Happy Memorial Day weekend! We're starting to have serious summer weather here, which always puts me in the mood for nature puzzles. Tigers, elephants, cows, lizards, and birds--all are frequent subjects of jigsaw puzzles. These puzzles bring a little bit of nature into the house. You don't have to be a birdwatcher or be able to... Continue Reading →
Fine art puzzles have been around probably as long as puzzles have existed. It's an obvious concept--take already created masterpieces of the art world and make them into puzzles. It's so obvious one wonders why any other type of puzzle bothers to exist. After all, how can any new image compare to a long-established icon... Continue Reading →