The Puzzle That Burnt the Turkey | Wentworth Puzzles Review

I reviewed a really cool kids jigsaw last year from Wentworth puzzles, and then I was sent a really lovely one for my mother-in-law for Christmas from their winter range.

In this Wentworth Puzzles review you can find out more about 'The Puzzle That Burnt the Turkey' - an extra difficult jigsaw with those lovely whimsy pieces.

I chose ‘The Puzzle That Burnt the Turkey’ for my mother-in-law as I fancied giving her a bit of a challenge and test her jigsaw skillz ;) But really, I thought it looked like a lovely scene with lots of those great “whimsy” pieces that Wentworth Puzzles often have, and perfect for wintertime too.

In this Wentworth Puzzles review you can find out more about 'The Puzzle That Burnt the Turkey' - an extra difficult jigsaw with those lovely whimsy pieces.In this Wentworth Puzzles review you can find out more about 'The Puzzle That Burnt the Turkey' - an extra difficult jigsaw with those lovely whimsy pieces.

I knew from reviewing one of their children’s puzzles previously, that Wentworth Puzzles make such lovely jigsaws, that are amazing quality and make a lovely gift. This one is classed as ‘extra difficult’ and I think the mother-in-law agreed with that! She really enjoyed it though.

This puzzle is 216 pieces which I think is perfect for such a tough one! I also did it and it took me a very, very long time! Ava was determined to ‘help’ as well which really didn’t help! I’ll be honest, I didn’t really enjoy it that much as it was just SO hard – trying to get the many snowflake pieces in the right place was so difficult and I’m not even sure they’re all in the right place now to be honest! It is classed as extra difficult though, so it’s not usually one that I’d choose for myself anyway. I’m sure someone who does a lot of jigsaws would enjoy the challenge though!

In this Wentworth Puzzles review you can find out more about 'The Puzzle That Burnt the Turkey' - an extra difficult jigsaw with those lovely whimsy pieces.

If you are a jigsaw fan and looking for a more interesting one to do, or need a lovely gift, then you should definitely have a look at Wentworth Puzzles. They do lots of really nice and fun kids ones too, and Ava and I really enjoyed doing ours together.

I was sent the puzzle to review, but all words and opinions are mine or the mother-in-laws.