jigsaw puzzle

Jigsaw Puzzle: Eiffel Tower 3D Puzzle Building

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Lately, I’ve been going crazy about jigsaw puzzles. A jigsaw puzzle is a tiling puzzle which consists of picture printed on cardboard or wood and cut into various pieces of different shapes that have to be fitted together. When completed, a jigsaw puzzle produces a complete picture.

There is something comforting in trying to fit the pieces together. And the feeling of elation once you completed the puzzle. It is challenging, relaxing and of course, one way to pass the time.

img_20150823_141815The base of the tower and the plastic pieces.

The first puzzle I completed is the Ravensburger’s Eiffel Tower 3D Puzzle Building. It consists of 216 pieces of plastic 3D jigsaw puzzle that when fit together forms a smooth surface. Because it is made of plastic, the quality of the puzzle is amazing. You can reassemble it and the pieces will not break. There is also no need to use glue because the finished product is sturdy enough to stand on its own. Though, when put at the cardboard base, it can be a bit unstable. Nevertheless, it still makes a nice decoration at home.

img_20150823_160651Tada! My Eiffel Tower 3D Puzzle. 😁

The difficulty, though, is another matter. Putting it together is really simple since the back of the tiles are numbered and there’s even an arrow pointing to where the next number should be. It took me about 2 hours to finish this. If you opt not to look at the numbers then it will be a very challenging puzzle to complete.

Overall, it is still a great puzzle. Definitely, fun to do with kids.

RATING:  3/5 ⭐️⭐️⭐️

~Des❤️~

Try this puzzle. Get it on Amazon.com: Ravensburger Eiffel Tower 216 Piece 3D Building Set

Try this puzzle. Get it on Amazon.co.uk: Ravensburger Eiffel Tower, 216pc 3D Jigsaw Puzzle

Try this puzzle. Get it on Amazon.fr: Ravensburger Puzzle 3D Building – 216 Pièces – La Tour Eiffel

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