I have spoken before about my love of jigsaws and that they are definitely something we do as a family to unwind and spend time together.
With the release of Toy Story 4 we were invited to work with Jumbo on a review of their new Toy Story 4 round puzzles alongside the collection rectangle puzzle and another of the Wasgij ones.
The set of 4 round puzzles were a great way for Amelia to join in with our favourite pass time as the pieces were so easy to put together. They are all coded on the back too with shapes, so all of the Bow Peek ones have a circle on the back, Woody and Buzz had squares etc. Anything that means the girls can do things by themselves is great.
I think my favourite style of jigsaw are the Wasgij ones because of the element of surprise. I love that there is no image to copy so you need to really work on the colour blocks first and the picture appears as you work. It takes longer than a normal jigsaw too as you don’t have a clue how its going to look until its finished!
The pieces fit snuggly together and the image is flawless when viewed from above. I have tried not to give too much away in the images as I still want the element of surprise to be there for anyone yet to complete it.
At 1000 pieces it does need a table or one of those folding boards. The Wasgij jigsaws have so much detail and lots of little funny scenarios that you don’t necessarily pick up on as you do them, its great to see what the people on the box are looking at!
We were kindly sent these for the purpose of this review. All views and opinions are my own and genuine.
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