In today’s post I give you a review of the lovely handmade micro puzzles from Wentworth. The jigsaws are individually cut from wooden boards and come from a forest that is managed on a sustainable basis.
To celebrate #NationalJigsawDay Wentworth Wooden Puzzles, have launched a competition to find the golden puzzle pieces. Order any 40-piece micro puzzle from 2nd to 4thNovember 2018 and if your puzzle contains 1 of 3 golden pieces you’ll WIN over £400 of jigsaws for a year! What’s not to puzzle out?! PLUS–order any puzzle between 2nd – 4th November 2018 & receive 10% off of your order.
Wentworth provide a variety of different jigsaws for you to enjoy and play. They are a UK company are based in Wiltshire. The company use British material and craftermanship so you are getting the best service for the product. You can pick from a selection of themes or if you feel adventurous design your own personalised jigsaw to make it even more interesting. Each jigsaw piece is thought out by a team of jigsaw specialists and thoroughly planned to make exceptional quality. The jigsaw pieces are of high quality meaning that the jigsaws will last for years to come, so there will be plenty of enjoyment out of them for all involved. Wentworth wooden jigsaws are at the frontier of cutting-edge jigsaw technology.
There are beginnings jigsaws for young children right up to older people love a good old jigsaw to amuse themselves with. It is a great way to bond and relax. It also challenges you to think and plan out beforehand making jigsaws brilliant brain exercises.
Cat Selfie – National jigsaw day puzzle.
This puzzle is a Christmas theme with cats having a cheeky selfie. It consists of 40 pieces and would make an excellent Christmas stocking filler.
Me and my eldest loved working together to fit the pieces and he loved that some pieces were shaped with letters.
The jigsaw pieces and quality are really well made and overall I cannot nock it.
Festive Bookshelf – National jigsaw day puzzle.
Again this festival bookshelf jigsaw is a micro jigsaw puzzle which contains 40 pieces. The picture is Christmassy and is a picture of a Christmas book shelf.
Unlike the first one the picture it is a bit more difficult and you need good lightening to see (which at the time I didn’t have so that probably would of helped me a greatly to see the picture better). However, I enjoyed the challenge of completing it more than the cat one as it was more complex with finding the correct detail to go together. If you like something that tests you then this one would be for you.
I love the idea of the different style pieces with letters and slanted sides which made a refreshing change from say an original type of jigsaw. It gave an extra element of difficult which as I say before I really enjoy.
Cheers for reading X
This is an advertisement feature . Both jigsaws were sent to me for free in exchange for a review. Allopinions expressed are entirely my own.