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I've been checking the web every day for any sightings of the 2016 limited edition Christmas puzzle from Waddingtons. Today it cropped up! Drum roll.... What do you think? I think it's nice, but it's not my favorite. For the past three years, Waddingtons appears to be using the same artist who creates digital images... CONTINUE READING
Publisher: Waddington's (UK), 2014, 1000 pieces Title: “Santa's Workshop”, Limited Edition Christmas puzzle 2014, Artist: uncredited OUR RATING: 7/10 I love the annual limited edition Christmas puzzles, and Waddington's is the grandaddy of them all. (See our list of all of these puzzles here.) The puzzles are now produced by Winning Moves (a game company) and are manufactured... CONTINUE READING
Publisher: Waddington's (UK), published 2015 Title: “The Christmas Snowman”, Waddington's 2015 limited edition Christmas puzzle, 1000 pieces OUR RATING: 8.75/10 Box Quality: (9/10) The box is quick thick and sturdy, rectangular in shape. The back has unique information about the puzzle. Along with the goodies inside, this is definitely a box worthy of a 10 ranking. However... CONTINUE READING
Publisher: Waddingtons (UK), Released 1994 Title: "Twelve Days of Christmas" by artist Anne Graham Johnstone, 1000 pieces OUR RATING: 10/10 This is the very first Waddingtons limited edition Christmas puzzle published in 1994. The back of the box says the image was commissioned by Waddingtons specifically for this puzzle from illustrator Anne Graham Johnstone. The image contains all the... CONTINUE READING
All of my favorite brands of limited edition Christmas puzzles have now been released for 2014. And without further ado, here they are: Waddington's 2014 Christmas Puzzle -- "Santa's Workhop", 1000 pieces (purchase link here--ships worldwide) Ravensburger's 2014 Limited Edition Christmas Puzzle "The Christmas Farm" (Purchase Link Here for US and Here for... CONTINUE READING
Front of box shown above. The back of this box is blank. The certificate that comes in the box. As you may be able to tell from this site, I collect the limited edition Christmas puzzles from Waddington, Ravensburger, Gibson, and more. I was recently able to find this puzzle on ebay to add to my... CONTINUE READING
The Jigsaw Junkies blog began in March of 2014. It was started by Jane Holmes as a way to learn more about the puzzle industry and connect with other jigsaw puzzle fans. Along the way, Jigsaw Junkies has seen and fulfilled the need for information that was previously unavailable on the web, including a detailed analysis of puzzle brands, research on out-of-print puzzle series such as the Limited Edition Waddington’s Christmas puzzles, and interviews with puzzle makers to see what goes on behind the scenes. In April of 2016, the Jigsaw Junkies blog became part of Puzzle Warehouse, the largest distributor of puzzles in the United States... CONTINUE READING