Happy Holidays by Kim Smith
Artist: Kim Smith
Puzzle Designer: Jasen Robillard
Dimensions: 35 cm x 23 cm
Piece Count: 360
Difficulty: 2 out of 5
Kim Smith is the NYT bestselling illustrator of over 30 books for children. Kim has also worked on children’s video games, puzzles, animation, 3D displays, posters, and magazines. A former e-card Holiday illustration has been repurposed for your puzzling pleasure.
This Christmas Holiday puzzle is loaded with whimsical pieces in the shape of elves, gifts, animals, snowflakes and other related symbols & objects. Santa gets plenty of help from elves and woodland creatures to decorate his Christmas tree. Why not let them help you in solving this puzzle too!?
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Made in Canada.
Exciting puzzle for this experienced old timer
Thoroughly enjoyed putting this puzzle 9together from beginning to end. Wound up doing this in one afternoon sitting. I found it exciting to discover various shape designs hidden within separate pieces. I was even surprised to find further hidden shapes when overlooking this completed puzzle. Some shapes are made up from more than one piece. Normally I glue final puzzles together and hang them in our garage. This puzzle was too fun and such a treasure that I'll pass it down to family members to enjoy as well. Such a fine way to unwind, in total bliss, for a few hours.
Absolutely loved this puzzle. The shape of the pieces, the way they fit together and of course the image. Looking forward to my next buy.
We love these puzzles!
I wish I owned them all! I have 2 so far and have gifted many. We love how it brings the family together every single time we do them. Plus, I love that I get to support a local company.
Love this puzzle
Can’t wait to do it. It will become a new Christmas tradition to start a puzzle before the holidays.