There are lots of new puzzles this time of year. Let’s take a look at what’s arrived at Puzzle Warehouse in the last 30 days….
For your Edification – A Tip on Saving Shipping Costs:
I used to never order a single puzzle because the shipping cost for just one can be nearly as much as the puzzle itself! Yet I’m not always ready to spend $75 to get free shipping either. That’s why I really enjoy the Puzzle Warehouse’s “Puzzle of the Month” clubbecause it means year-long free shipping. You’ll receive a puzzle each month with Puzzle of the Month club, and when you buy other items at any time, upon checkout you are asked if you’d like to hold that new purchase to ship with your puzzle of the month. Yes! This means I can order a single puzzle and have it sent to me later with my monthly shipment and there’s no shipping fee on it. I also keep a “Wish List” on puzzle warehouse, so when I get my email about my monthly selection, I can easily exchange it for a puzzle I really want. Win/win.
When Puzzles are Out of Stock:
The inventory at Puzzle Warehouse moves quickly, and due to limited warehouse space, only certain amounts of any one titles are brought in at a time. But most of our suppliers replenish rapidly. When a puzzle is out of stock, it’s likely to be back in stock within a week or two. Enter your email address on the out of stock page to be notified when it returns so you can place an order before it’s out again!
JIGSAW JUNKIES TOP PICKS
These are my top picks of the new puzzles that are currently available at Puzzle Warehouse.
TOP PICK #1: “Be My Valentine”, White Mountain, 1000 pieces
There aren’t many valentine-themed puzzles, so this one get the top spot of the month. I like all the small vignettes, and the stamp borders will make this a fun puzzle to assemble. CLICK ON ANY IMAGE TO SEE THE PUZZLE ON THE PUZZLE WAREHOUSE SITE.
TOP PICK #2: “Canyon Country” by Charley Harper, Pomegranate, 1000 pieces
I’m a fan of Charley Harper’s national park image and of Pomegranate’s incredible quality, so it’s always a thrill to see a new Charley Harper released.
TOP PICK #3: “Wild Kingdom Shelves”, Ravensburger, 2000 pieces
Ravensburger’s “Travel Shelves” in 2000 pieces was a great puzzle. You can see my review here. This new animal-themed puzzle looks amazing too. Love the 2000 piece size.
More new puzzles at Puzzle Warehouse this month
There are more new releases from Sunsout that are worthy of showcasing.
“Sanctuary Season” by David Rottinghaus, 1000 pieces
Love this soft winter image.
“In Garden Shed” by Irina Garmashova-Cawton, 1000 pieces
Lots of great color and pattern in this puzzle.
“Always” by Nene Thomas, 1000 pieces
Love the stark colors in this new Nene Thomas fantasy image.
“Porch Gossip” by Susan Brabeau, 1000 pieces
A fun new Susan Brabeau.
Ravensburger has some awesome new releases.
“Animal Stamps”, 3000 pieces
I have a soft spot for puzzles with higher piece counts. I love this new 3000 piece puzzle from Ravensburger. Looks like a challenge but how gorgegous when done!.
“Scrapbook”, 1000 pieces
Love the scrapbook style on this with all the little doodads.
“The Portal”, 1500 pieces
Gorgeous and a nice size at 1500 pieces.
“Find the Frogs” by Olga Suvorova, 1500 pieces
Love the colors on this one. Perfect for the winter blahs.
“The Coo AU”, 1000 pieces
Lovely new bird puzzle.
“Hillside Retreat”, 500 pieces
“Enchanted Valley”, 2000 pieces
“Our Wild World”, 1500 pieces
“Venice” by Olga Suvorova, 1000 pieces
If you’ve never done a Pomegranate, the quality is truly outstanding. This puzzle has such lovely textures with the brocades and roses.
“A Resounding Success” by Pat Scott, 300 pieces
A cute cat puzzle in 300 pieces.
“Sea and Sunshine” and “Holiday Camp” by Jim Mitchell, 1000 and 500 pieces
I love Jim Mitchell’s colorful art. There are two new releases so you can pick your favorite size.
“The Balloon Festival” by Jan Van Haasteren, 1000 pieces
“Wild River Rafting” by Jan Van Haasteren in 1500 and 3000 pieces