To celebrate my one year anniversary writing for Puzzle Warehouse, we’re giving away a free puzzle of your choice to one lucky winner!
I was surprised yesterday to open up my email and be congratulated on my one year anniversary working with Puzzle Warehouse! Time really flies when you’re having fun. I give a big thank you to all the readers out there who have shared their love of puzzles with me.
Take a look back at some of my older posts inspired by jigsaw puzzles:
If you’re brand new, check out our highlight reel on the right hand side of popular blog posts, which changes all the time depending on what you guys are reading!
How to Enter to Win a Free Puzzle
This contest requires having a free Pinterest account. For details on how to register, click here.
First, check out our Puzzle Warehouse on Pinterest and browse around. Then, make your own puzzle board with your DREAM puzzles on Pinterest. You can either re-pin directly from our Pinterest page or use our handy-dandy Pinterest button, easily found below each product page on Puzzlewarehouse.com!
Only pin your VERY favorites (at least 5), because we will choose a random winner and a random puzzle to send to you from your selection (and we want you to get one you really, really want)!
**NOTE** You can pin any puzzle, but winning puzzles will be 1500 pieces or less.
To share your Pinterest board with us, link us directly to the board in a comment on our Facebook page or leave a comment on this post.
Now Extended! The giveaway will be open until next Wednesday, August 21th, at 11:59 pm.
Check out my very own wishlist puzzles below, and happy pinning everyone!
I lived in New York for a year, and the subway map brings back fond memories of all the times I rode it. Someday I can’t wait to put together this puzzle and piece together all the places I went with the aid of this very map!
I fell in love with artist Annie Lee’s work when I did an artist profile on her. Her style is so vibrant and beautiful, and I love how she doesn’t paint faces.
My sister’s got this beautiful puzzle completed and every time I visit her I’m jealous. I got my love of peacocks from her.
What can I say? The vintage themed section is my favorite!
I think this white, black, and red puzzle might be beyond my skill level right now, but a girl can dream!
This puzzle may be from Pomegranate Kids, but Kathy Dezarn’s art is so funky and lovely, I’ve been dreaming about it for ages!
I love comics. This puzzle is both fun and simple!
I have dreams about finishing this puzzle, gluing it, and displaying it in my own bathroom. I think the monster is so cute!