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It’s Blogmas | Day One! We’re kicking it off with a fun puzzle holiday gift guide! Today’s gift guide is all about puzzles because nothing says relaxing like staring at little pieces with different jagged edges, trying to figure out which ones go together. So so relaxing.
Personally, I love a good puzzle but it definitely depends on my mood. Here’s a guide of some beautiful puzzles that you can gift to your puzzle-loving friend this holiday season.
Whiled – Ladies Who Lounge Puzzle
Whiled is a company started by Alisha Ramos, founder of Girls’ Night In and The Lounge. The premise of Whiled is about slowing down and reclaiming downtime, which definitely translates into their puzzle offerings. The puzzle above is the “Ladies Who Lounge“, a title I absolutely love! They have more puzzles by various artists, so definitely check out their shop!
Puzzle So Hard – NASA Cosmic Winter Wonderland Puzzle
They have some very pretty art, especially the space-themed ones. I love the NASA Cosmic Winter Wonderland puzzle because not only is it 1,000 pieces but it has the most gorgeous colors! Obviously, it needed a spot on our puzzle holiday gift guide.
MET Museum – Hokusai Great Wave Puzzle
I feel like it’s really hard to go wrong with some MET Museum art. I took a look at their shop page and yep, they have some amazing art pieces available as puzzles. The Hokusai Great Wave artwork is a recognizable piece for many people, so it could make a great present for just about anyone, even if they aren’t hardcore art lovers.
A puzzle is a gift that will keep on giving, especially if they take several months to finish the puzzle! My favorite part is framing the puzzle after it’s all done! Not only do you get a few days/weeks/months of fun, but then you end up with an amazing art piece that you (kinda) created!
Are you a fan of puzzles or is it too intense of an activity?