I hate to admit it but Autumn appears to be well and truly on its way. The mornings are definitely feeling a little chillier and the nights are certainly drawing in. With the launch of their Autumn Collection the Witches of Haunstville from Wentworth Wooden Puzzles was a puzzle that caught my eye. I thought you might also like it too.
The Wentworth Wooden Puzzles Autumn Collection is full of colour, with something within the range to appeal to all jigsaw puzzle fans. There are some lovely nature and landscape puzzles to complete but the Witches of Haunstville from Wentworth Wooden Puzzles is a little different.
As with all of their puzzles this jigsaw arrived in a lovely draw string bag, and is available as a 250/500 or 1000 piece puzzle, there’s also a special 255 piece MDW cut version available.
The wooden puzzle pieces themselves are in a range of different shapes, and not at all like your conventional puzzle pieces.
They also feature the Whimsy pieces, in the Witches of Haunstville from Wentworth Wooden Puzzles, these are all Halloween themed. From witches and spiders through to haunted houses and cats, they offer an added element to the jigsaw puzzle experience.
So why did the Witches of Haunstville from Wentworth Wooden Puzzles attract my attention? It’s so full of colour and detail, it’s a puzzle that entertains as you put it together.
There are witches getting up to all sorts of spooky antics across the puzzle and lots of black cats to spot too.
Even the pumpkins have a range of expressions.
It’s been a joy to complete this jigsaw puzzle and discover the whimsy pieces along the way.
Spotting the little details and putting everything in its place. It really is the perfect jigsaw puzzle to complete ahead of Halloween too.
I do enjoy the range of puzzles from Wentworth Wooden Puzzles, they offer something extra for puzzle fans to enjoy and the quality is really very good indeed.
I can’t wait to see what they have in store for Christmas too!
disclosure: we were sent the item mentioned in exchange for an honest review