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10 Pretty Puzzles to Tackle at Home

We’re not quite out of quarantine, so try one of these pretty puzzles to pass the time.

By Chelsea Fairbourn

You’ve binge watched your favorite show, you’ve tackled spring cleaning, you’ve played more UNO than you ever hoped to in your life, but have you appreciated the simplicity and quiet time that comes with puzzling? To help keep you and your family busy, we’ve rounded up 10 pretty puzzles to get lost in, just don’t lose the pieces in the process.


  1. The 1990’s, $49.99

Take a trip down memory lane with this 1990’s pop culture dream! Harry Potter, Titanic, Friends, and Michael Jordan all make guest appearances in this 1000 piece puzzle.


  1. The Aegean Sea, $19.99

You can’t travel right now, but that doesn’t mean day dreaming is canceled! Put together a picturesque puzzle of the Aegean Sea and plan and plot your bucket list travel along the way.


  1. Crystal Clear Jigsaw, $59.99

They say the hardest puzzles to put together are the ones that are monochromatic. Well, this is about as monochromatic as it gets! Try your hand at 500 pieces of clear puzzle goodness.


  1. “The Forbidden Fruit”, $36

If classic art is more your style, try out the iconic “Forbidden Fruit” puzzle masterpiece. It’s so timeless and classic it may even find its way onto your wall after it’s put together. It is out of stock right now, but keep checking back!


  1. Gummy Goodness, $13.95

This gem is a sweet treat in puzzle form!  Your kiddos will love the larger than life gummy bear puzzling, especially if you throw some real-life gummies into the snack mix.


  1. Geode Puzzle, $65

Layers of pretty colors and geode patterns unite for a puzzle that breaks the norm. The unconventional shape will put your puzzling skills to the test and introduce your littles to the world of geology via cool rocks.


  1. BYU, $24.99 vs. Utah, $30.99

We’ve still got a couple months before the big matchup, but that doesn’t mean you can’t start flaunting your school pride now. Pick your poison and have fun putting together the intricate pieces that show off each school’s football backdrop.


  1. Baby Yoda, $40

For Star Wars and Mandalorian fans everywhere, this baby Yoda puzzle should be a no brainer addition to your puzzle collection. Make an afternoon of it and turn on the series while you puzzle away.


  1. Constellations, $21.99

Make puzzling fun, but make it educational too! Put the whole family to work on these constellations and see if you can spot what you puzzled in the night sky.


  1. Round Gradient, $32.99

If you really want to put yourself to the test, try out this round gradient color wheel. It’s not for the faint of heart, so prepare to invest a couple of days, if not weeks, piecing this one together. When you’re done, glue it and frame it for the memories.

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