New Heyes are in Stock & MORE!
The new Heye puzzles for 2019 have arrived at Puzzle Warehouse! Click on over to see the selection and grab your favorites while they’re in stock! These go fast.
HEYE PUZZLES AT PUZZLE WAREHOUSE.
You can see my picks with updated links to their pages on the Puzzle Warehouse site here.
There are also a few additional new puzzles for 2019 that caught my attention.
“Kodak World’s Largest Puzzles – 27 Wonders of the World “, Lafayette Puzzle Company, 51,300 pieces
Wow! If you’re looking for a serious family project, check out this monster. Over 51,000 pieces. The final size is 28.5’ x 6.25’. Got any plans for 2019? Like, the entire year? I’m surprised to see this from Lafayette. Usually the only companies that do ginormous puzzles are Educa, Ravensburger and a few other Euro brands. I’ll be curious to hear more about this one!
Click on the image below to view the puzzle at Puzzle Warehouse.
NEW COBBLE HILL – now in stock
“Beach Scene”, Cobble Hill 1000 pieces
So much detail in this! Looks super fun. Click on the image below to view the puzzle at Puzzle Warehouse.
“Fire” Cobble Hill, 1000 pieces
A brand new design from Cobble Hill. I love the red and orange color and all the book covers and posters look interesting. Click on the image below to view the puzzle at Puzzle Warehouse.
“Cabin Signs” by Sam Timms, Cobble Hill, 1000 pieces
Nice camp/lake feeling in this one. Click on the image below to view the puzzle at Puzzle Warehouse.
“Classic Tales: Alice in Wonderland” by Mark Brill, Sunsout, 1000 pieces
Love this fairy tale montage from Sunsout. Great colors! Click on the image below to view the puzzle at Puzzle Warehouse.
“City of Pop”, Heye, 2000 pieces
I didn’t pull this out in my 2019 Heye post, but it’s pretty awesome. Looks like a major challenge! Click on the image below to view the puzzle at Puzzle Warehouse.
“Steven Spielberg Films” and “Tim Burton Films” by Alexander Clerisse, both in 1000 pieces, Heye
I didn’t pull these out from the Heye catalog when I wrote my 2019 Heye preview, because I’m always so focused on their cartoon puzzles. But in person, there are really very cool. The art style reminds me of some Pomegranate puzzles. Nice colors, and it will be fun to work them and pick out the movie references. Click on the image below to view the puzzle at Puzzle Warehouse.
There’s a new puzzle review coming up soon. Stay tuned! Hope your January is safe and happy.