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.
I’m still obsessing over our fall puzzles, and we’re halfway to winter. Farm puzzles aren’t usually one of my personal favorite themes, but with the bright orange and yellow trees and blazing sunrises and sunsets, I’m tempted to buy up some of these SunsOut and Master Pieces puzzles. “Vermont Maple” looks like it’d be quite a challenge to sort out all those pieces for the trees, but I think it tops my list as one of the most beautiful puzzles we carry.
Vermont Maple by SunsOut. 500 pieces.
The Cow and the Pumpkin Farm by SunsOut. 1000 pieces.
Sunset Barn by SunsOut. 1000 pieces.
America’s Heartland by Master Pieces. 1000 pieces.
Barn Dance Tonight by SunsOut. 1000 pieces.
Autumn in Deer Country by Master Pieces. 1000 pieces.
Autumn Gold by Master Pieces. 1000 pieces.
Last Chore of the Day by SunsOut. 1000 pieces.
Ready or Not by SunsOut. 550 pieces.
James Lee is a talented painter of three-dimension looking portraits of the Southwest. Born and raised in South Korea, he attended the University of South Korea at Seoul for six years before moving to California in 1981 where he opened up an art gallery. In 1994 he moved to Arizona, became a muralist, and opened another gallery named “Carol’s Art Gallery” after his wife, Carol Kim Lee.
Lee believes he is blessed with the talent he’s been given because he thinks that “one is “born with artfulness.”
Fall in love with some of James Lee’s beautiful puzzles of nature at its finest.
On the Canal by SunsOut. 300 pieces.
Windows on the Southwest by SunsOut. 300 pieces.
Dessert Dusk by SunsOut. 1000 pieces.
Spring Creek Express by SunsOut. 1000 pieces.
Hard Landing by SunsOut. 500 pieces.
Wolf Moon by SunsOut. 1500 pieces.
Thursday was Halloween. A lot of people woke up Friday morning with snow on their minds and jingling carols in their ears, ready to bundle up next to the fire and wait for Santa. Stores have pulled out their wreaths and advent calendars, but everyone is forgetting something!
We aren’t skipping over this holiday. What’s better than dinner at 2 pm followed by dessert and naps—plus quality time with your loved ones over a long weekend?
A puzzle is the perfect activity for all the people that have been shooed by the cooks from the kitchen for having grabby fingers with the food. They can turn those busy hands to something productive by putting together some of these turkey-day themed jigsaws!
Gobbler Farms by SunsOut. 1000 pieces.
Pre-Serves! by Springbok. 1000 pieces.
Pie Apples by White Mountain. 1000 pieces.
Freedom from Want by Master Pieces. 1000 pieces.
Turkey Tracks by SunsOut. 500 pieces.
Lady’s Choice by SunsOut. 550 pieces.
Grandma’s Kitchen by Springbok. 1000 pieces.
Going to Grandma’s House for Thanksgiving by Andrews + Blaine. 1000 pieces.
My grandmother loved fairies. She had a fairy garden complete with an arched entrance with the word “believe” on it. Through the entryway there was a small pond decorated with fairy figurines and a rocking bench. It is a beautiful and serene spot, a place where one could believe in magic.
Fairies and sprites add a bit of whimsy to our lives. We could also use some fairy dust to sprinkle around! To celebrate my grandma’s memory, I’ve collected some of our cutest and most fun fairy puzzles to share with you all.
Other puzzlers have told me before in comments on the blog and Facebook that puzzles are a great way to celebrate and remember someone close to them, as there are so many images to choose from to remind us of people and their passions. I’ll have to pick up a fairy puzzle myself soon—I think the first one in this list is my favorite!
Bath Time by Ravensburger. 300 pieces.
Al Fine, Shu by Educa. 500 pieces.
Fairy Hollow by Educa. 1000 pieces.
Fairy Falls by SunsOut. 1500 pieces.
Fairy Princess by Educa. 500 pieces.
Angel Haniel by Ceaco. 550 pieces.
The Kiss by Educa. 1000 pieces.