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Back in the day, jigsaw puzzles were used to educate kids, pass the time, and relieve boredom. But these days we know that puzzles build short-term memory, boost problem solving skills, and reduce stress levels. Perhaps best of all, puzzles improve our emotional state and can even help us move from a low vibe to a high vibe! CONTINUE READING

It was a round puzzle that started it all! My grandma kept a very special round puzzle at her house so that we could work on it together when I came to visit. I loved that puzzle because it was round, it had Winnie the Pooh, and it meant that my grandma wanted to spend time with *just me*. I still have the puzzle! It’s easy to see why I have a soft spot in my heart for round puzzles. I mean, who could resist this rainbow soda pop? CONTINUE READING

The Lunar New Year is the first day of the lunisolar calendar. It is celebrated on the new moon that appears between January 21st and February 20th. China, Hong Kong, Taiwan, Vietnam, and South Korea all celebrate Lunar New Year with their own meaning and traditions. CONTINUE READING

The holidays are coming up and hopefully this year we’ll all be able to see family and friends. And while everyone is together, why not have a group jigsaw puzzle event?! Some people say that puzzling is not a group activity, but with a little creativity, even large groups can make puzzling together a fun game. CONTINUE READING

I’m a bit of a “cover junkie” when it comes to magazines, and when a magazine cover makes it onto a puzzle, I am here for it! Puzzles with magazine cover art have everything going for them … eye-catching images, interesting subject matter, and a bit of lettering. Of course this got me thinking about how many magazine cover shots were so good they deserved a puzzle! CONTINUE READING

I gotta say, staying at home for over 2 years has given me a serious case of WANDERLUST! And while we may not be back to ‘life as normal’ just yet, many of us are venturing out a bit, and a lot of us are downright longing for Exotic Travels. Of course our ability to think of places to GO, DO, and SEE often outpaces our ability to actually go, do, and see them. Fortunately, puzzles can fill in the gap. CONTINUE READING

I have news for you. It’s time to take a walk on the wild side! I know what you’re thinking. You like the way you puzzle. It’s comfortable. It works for you. But what if I told you that trying something different could rock your puzzle world?! Would you try it?! Yeah … I felt a little shy about it too. It was a revelation to me that there are different ways to puzzle. My usual way: dump the pieces on the table, turn them over, collect all the pink pieces, and get started! CONTINUE READING

Anie Maltais is the owner and founder of JaCaRou Puzzles in Quebec, Canada. We continue Part 2 of our interview and talk about die cuts, the raging debate between glossy vs. matte finish, and peculiar puzzle habits. CONTINUE READING


This month I interviewed Anie Maltais, the owner and founder of JaCaRou Puzzles in Quebec, Canada!  Join us for Part 1 of our interview as we talk about starting a puzzle company, creating puzzle art, and quitting your job right before a global pandemic. Note:  This interview has been lightly edited for length and clarity. CONTINUE READING

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