Puzzle of the Day – Beatles Pop Art

This week’s jigsaw puzzle of the day is a wonderful choice for all of those who still live in the sixties, listen to the Beatles and like Andy Warhol’s work. For a Beatles collector, the Beatles Pop Art jigsaw puzzle is definitely a must-have. The same goes for the Andy Warhol fan, and even for those who want to add a little color on the walls of their room.

Measuring 20” x 27” when completed, this 1000 pieces jigsaw puzzle is not much of a challenge. The vibrant colors should make its assembling a piece of cake, even though the number of pieces could seem discouraging at first.

But this jigsaw puzzle is not about some puzzle-making skill or some ridiculous complexity. It is a symbol, and it carries so much meaning that if you buy it, you won’t do it for the puzzle collector in you, but you will do it for what it stands for. You will do it for John Lennon, Paul McCartney and their yellow submarine. You will do it for Andy Warhol, Marilyn Monroe and Sgt. Pepper’s Lonely Hearts Club Band. You will do it for freedom, for the movements that emerged in the sixties and for everything they stood for.

The Aquarius Beatles Pop Art jigsaw puzzle is a piece of history that you will assemble with joy, and that you will proudly hang somewhere in the house where everyone can see it. Check out this brand new jigsaw puzzle at Puzzle Warehouse and make sure you don’t miss it.

Puzzle of the Day- American Sports History

This week’s jigsaw puzzle of the day is a gold mine of knowledge; not only related to sports, but also to American history. Assemble its 1000 pieces and in the process you will be able to learn lots of things about the greatest athletes of this great country.

From boxing to football, tennis, baseball or motorsports, without forgetting bowling, everything is there. Everything and everyone is pictured, as not only will you see some great athletes, but you will also learn about sports museums and halls of fame across the country.

There are people you know, like the greatest boxing heavyweight of the world, Muhammad Ali, and people you should at least know about, from non-mainstream sports. They have all contributed to the rise of this great country and some of their performances even changed the course of history.

Made by White Mountain, this 24 x 30 x 0.2 inches jigsaw puzzles, weighing 1.6 pounds is a must have for every true American sports fan out there. You should all have it, assemble it, frame it, and hang it on a special place on the wall. That won’t earn you a spot in one of the halls of fame featured on the image, but it will sure make you proud to be a part of such a great country with such great athletic achievements.

Puzzle of the Day – Toy Story 3 Woody

Pixar fans, time to get excited for today’s jigsaw puzzle of the day. Why? Well, we are proud to present you Toy Story 3 – not the movie, of course, but a 300 pieces poster puzzle picturing the only toy sheriff worthy of the name: Sheriff Woody Pride. There’s no “snake in his boot” this time, but you can make him “reach for the sky” by assembling this 19″ x 26.75″ poster puzzle.

Little puzzlers will enjoy learning about a few of life’s values having by their side this passionate, committed and altruistic character. If we go back in time a little, to Toy Story and Toy Story 2, we cannot deny that although Woody had been put through a lot (he coordinated a reconnaissance mission, had his arm broken and went through very hard times to save his friends), he still manages to keep that charming smile on his face, teaching us how important optimism and friendship really are.

While Buzz Lightyear was the “cool” character of the series, Woody was the smart one. He was the mastermind behind all the plans and all the other toys listened to him. For a toy role model, he is great and he embodies a set of character traits every child should aim for.

Not to mention that, with the likeness of a sheriff like Woody in the room, your child will be delighted. And If you want to make him even happier, you can also get Woody’s faithful companion, Buzz Lightyear to come to the rescue.

Puzzle of the Day – Happy New Year!

Are you tired of the same Happy New Year wishes over and over again? If you think about changing something this year, you could do the wishing with today’s vibrant puzzle of the day. Designed by Jabo for Heye, this 2000 pieces New Year themed jigsaw puzzle will blow you away.

The details on it are beautifully crafted, and the image is full of symbols, from the traditional champagne bottle to the New Year’s Eve fireworks and the social gatherings. This puzzle itself is a motive for celebration and when the lights go out, you will discover that the image glows in the dark, wishing you a shiny Happy New Year.

New Year’s Eve is one of the most social celebrations in the world. While Christmas and other religious holidays are usually celebrated with the family, around a traditional dinner, New Year’s Eve is mostly known as a party holiday. All over the world, people get together, dance, drink and watch fireworks. And while champagne is probably the alcoholic beverage most people associate with the New Year’s Eve, this unusual day has become in certain places a joyful, noisy and bacchic celebration day.

A time for gastronomic abuses, New Year’s Eve is also a time for drawing a line and making resolutions. It marks the end of a year and the beginning of a new one, the perfect occasion to look back on one’s achievements and set new goals for the future.

The Happy New Year jigsaw puzzle, with its 26.8″ X 37.8″ is there to remind you of all that and to contribute to the celebration of that very special moment.

Puzzle of the Day – The Solar System

Passionate little astronomers from all over the world, we have great news for you. Our jigsaw puzzle of the day this week is both fun and educational: it’s the solar system (8 puzzleballs) puzzle. Piece together each planet, then lay them out on their base stands across the matching solar system map or hang them up as a mobile with the fishing line included.

The solar system consists of the sun and the eight planets, which are bound to it by gravity. It was formed approximately 4.6 billion years ago. The smaller inner planets, Mercury, Venus, Earth and Mars, are also called the terrestrial planets because they are made primarily of solid materials. The outer planets are larger, with Jupiter and Saturn made of gases and Uranus and Neptune of ice.

The Solar System Puzzleballs are a fantastic way to learn and practice facts about the solar system. Put them together with your middle-schooler while quizzing them on facts about each planet, then work together on the mobile or race to see who can arrange them in the correct order fastest. You may even learn something yourself, while you’re at it!