For Your Easter Basket
By now, you probably have your kids’s Easter baskets ready. But what about mom and dad? (Or grandma and grandpa.)
What about YOU? Call me selfish, or maybe it’s nostalgia from when I as a child, but I like to treat myself to something as Easter too.
If you’re looking for a little treat for yourself this weekend, below I’ve shared a few puzzles of my favorite puzzles in the store, items that are either new, back in stock at Puzzle Warehouse, or are particularly appropriate for the season.
“Say Cheese!” by Knorr and Goebels, Heye (1500 pieces)
This is my favorite new Heye puzzle this year for 2018, and we didn’t have it in stock initially. Well, it’s here now, so if you haven’t picked this one up, treat yourself for Easter. (Click on the images below to see the puzzle on Puzzle Warehouse.)
“Butterfly Garden”, Cobble Hill (1000 pieces)
This new puzzle is just stunning. I love all the varieties of flowers in it. It wasn’t in stock when I did my spring puzzle round-up, but this would have been at the top of the list. (Click on the images below to see the puzzle on Puzzle Warehouse.)
“Field’s Department Store”, Masterpieces (1000 pieces)
Masterpieces has a new series called “Inside Out” that features puzzles with a cut-away view. I have always loved cut-away images with all the detail inside the building. This department store looks like great fun. (Click on the images below to see the puzzle on Puzzle Warehouse.)
“The Locks” by Jan Van Haasteran, Jumbo (2000 pieces)
This is a new JVH puzzle and in 2000 pieces too! Definitely a self-indulgence. (Click them image below to see it on Puzzle Warehouse.)
ALSO now in is St. Nicolas’s Parade (1000 pieces).
“Canyon Country” by Charley Harper, Pomegranate (1000 pieces)
This fantastic new Charley Harper keeps selling out fast. Treat yourself while it’s in stock. (Click on the images below to see the puzzle on Puzzle Warehouse.)
“Crazy Bug Bouquet”, eeboo (500 pieces)
Last week I reviewed a new brand, eeboo puzzles. They rated very favorably so check them out if you want to try something fresh. (Click on the images below to see the puzzle on Puzzle Warehouse.)
“Chocolate Artistry” and “Tin of Treats”, Springbok (1000 and 2000 pieces)
If you are looking for a treat that is a bit more literal, these two chocolate puzzles from Springbok are awesome. There’s a 1000 and 2000 piece option. (Click on the images below to see the puzzle on Puzzle Warehouse.)
HAPPY EASTER EVERYONE!