Welcome back! The sun is shining and it’s warm and dry outside, but despite the wonderful weather we wanted to share our excitement about some new Christmas Puzzles that will be coming out in the next couple of months. So sit back and take a sip of your Sangria while we give you a sneak peek of the new Christmas jigsaw puzzles for 2022.
Gibsons give you a classic seasonal scene
Winter Wonderland is a classic 1000 piece Christmas jigsaw released for 2022. This stunning seasonal illustration features a festive shopping district filled with families busy buying the last of their gifts. This beautiful puzzle makes a wonderful gift for anyone who loves a traditional Christmas jigsaw.
Something extra special from Ravensburger
For those of you who struggle with smaller pieces, Christmas Songbirds Extra Large 500 piece Jigsaw is the puzzle for you. The extra large pieces make it easier to see, handle and assemble the jigsaw, which means it’s the ideal Christmas gift for puzzlers with visual or physical impairments.
Let Galison Jazz up your Christmas
Michael Storrings is back with another sensational seasonal jigsaw puzzle. Christmas in New Orleans 1000 Piece Puzzle is filled with life and colour, just like the city it depicts. With a band marching through the streets at the centre of this New Orleans scene, you can almost hear the music ringing out. A great Christmas gift for lovers of this city.
Finally, let us bring you the most festive jigsaw of all…
We’re so excited to announce that we will soon be releasing our brand new Christmas Dinner at Santa's Workshop 1000 Piece Jigsaw Puzzle. This stunning Christmas jigsaw puzzle is the 3rd in our All Jigsaw Puzzles Traditional Christmas range and has been beautifully illustrated by Rudolf Farkas. This amazing jigsaw puzzle will quickly become a family favourite for years to come.
Our new Christmas jigsaw puzzles will be arriving soon, but if you find yourself overcome with Christmas spirit, why not check out our entire Christmas Jigsaw Puzzle range by clicking on Jiggy below?