New Puzzle Design Kickstarter

If you’re looking for a completely new puzzle experience, consider backing Mike and Tina’s Kickstarter. These circular puzzles are created using a deck of 52 cards. Place the cards in the right order in the circular holder, and your finished image will appear. It comes packed with hints to help you along, or the Math Challenge Deck for kids offers the added challenge of equations Ion the reverse side. If the equations are solved correctly, it will help the puzzler place the cards in the correct order.

Extra advantages to this new, innovative type of puzzling is that it’s easily portable and lightweight, as well as simple to keep track of your “pieces” in a car or plane. Some decks can be turned into regular playing card decks after use; others have images on each side for twice the fun.

Kickstarter is a new way for artists of all kinds to get funding for their projects. With Mike and Tina’s project, you can pledge as low as $1 to help them get their product to the market. If you pledge $15 or more, you could win special prizes for supporting them, such as souvenir puzzle cards or one of their first edition products. Watch their videos on their page to see how much fun their customers have had putting together their puzzles!

As of December 6, there are 2 weeks left to help them raise their goal of $100,000. So far 46 people have helped them raise a total of almost $6,200!

Big Sales All Weekend at Puzzle Warehouse

Friday through Sunday enjoy up to 30 percent off on great gifts for everyone on your list.
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Offers valid online only on Friday, December 6th through Sunday, December 8th. Cannot be combined with any other discount. No coupon code needed, prices are already reduced. Online promotions not available in-store.

Order in time for Christmas delivery and save big this weekend on PuzzleWarehouse.com. Having trouble finding the perfect gift for everyone on your list? Not to worry, we have hand selected our most popular items and sorted by piece count, theme, and age in our Holiday Shopping Guide.

Please send us an email, or call us at (866) 539-4258 if there is ever anything we can do to make Puzzle Warehouse even better.

 

Christmas Puzzles Under $10

If you’re looking for a reasonably priced gift for someone (or yourself!) for the holiday season then look no further than our Gifts Under $10 in our Holiday Guide. Here are our best winter/holiday puzzles that won’t break the bank! You’ll find snowmen, frosty evenings by the fire, puppies, and Santa in these fun puzzles with 300 pieces or less.

Looking In by SunsOut. 300 pieces.

MINI – Christmas Cottage by SunsOut. 100 pieces.

MINI – Little Rascal by SunsOut. 100 pieces.

Shopping Spree by SunsOut. 300 pieces.

Friends and Neighbors by SunsOut. 300 pieces.

Puppy Love by SunsOut. 300 pieces.

Christmas Present for Peanut by SunsOut. 300 pieces.

Christmas Tree (Puzzle Ball) by Ravensburger. 54 pieces.

Snowman Carnival by SunsOut. 200 pieces.

Snowy Indigo Evening by SunsOut. 300 pieces.

Enchanted Woods by SunsOut. 300 pieces.

 

 

Holiday Gift Guide & Shipping Schedule

The month of December is perhaps one of the busiest puzzling months of the year. As the snow starts to fall, and bundling up in front of the fireplace sounds a lot better than frolicking outside, a jigsaw puzzle is a great way to enjoy indoor time with family and friends. A puzzle also makes the perfect gift for the holidays. There are so many different types of puzzles out there, making it easy to find the perfect difficulty level or theme for anyone.

Besides shopping for puzzles by the number of pieces it has, or by the image itself, it’s also important to consider the age recommendation, the brand, and the cost. At Puzzle Warehouse, we’ve made it easy to find a gift that fits perfects for everyone on your list, by offering a Holiday Gift Guide that includes:

  • Stocking Stuffers
  • Gifts Under $10
  • Gifts by Age
  • Gifts by Theme
  • Gifts for Kids
  • Popular Games
  • Brain Teaser Level 1-6

Click here to go directly to our Holiday Gift Guide and start shopping for your kids, family and loved ones.

Next to finding the perfect present, it’s also important to make sure it gets there on time! Whether you are ordering puzzles and shipping to yourself, or shipping directly to your gift recipient, make sure you have plenty of time by looking at our Last Days to Ship Schedule below. And stay tuned… we will have special promotions running as we get closer to these dates.

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eBoy Pixel Art Jigsaw Puzzles

The clean and sharp art of eBoy graces three of our 1500 piece cityscape jigsaw puzzles by Heye. eBoy, a group consisting of Steffen Sauerteig, Svend Smital and Kai Vermehr, started creating pixel art together in 1998 because of their shared affinity for making art “for the screen.” Pixel art is a special type of digital illustration, meaning that the members of eBoy are working with their art down to the pixel— painstaking effort for maximum detail work. Now their art is used in a different context—often printed, and now richer and more complex than it was 15 years ago.

Rio by Heye. 1500 pieces. 23″ x 32″

“Handling pixels is fun,” they say. “You are forced to simplify and abstract things.”

But even with the simplicity of pixels, eBoy is able to create grand views of popular cities, showing us something familiar in a new way. The choice for cityscapes comes from their love of the “liveliness, density, and variety of an urban environment.”

Los Angeles by Heye. 1500 pieces. 23″ x 32″

If eBoy devotes itself solely to one project, with all 3 members working on it full time, it can take between 6 to 8 weeks to complete with all the detail and work. But eBoy often works on things in their spare time, meaning some projects take months—or even years.

Their work has paid off. They have worked for big name companies such as Coca-Cola, Honda, Nike, and the New York Times.

Paris by Heye. 1500 pieces. 33″ x 23″

eBoy puzzles are fun because you’re never stuck working on one portion of the puzzle for too long. There’s always something new to look at and discover. In a review from pleased customer Jeremy, he said, “Easily the most fun puzzle I’ve encountered. Plenty of variety in the imagery, so the 1500 pieces stay fun the entire time. Felt like mini-puzzles within a giant puzzle. Leaves plenty of room to get the entire family around.”