You’ve probably seen from previous reviews that we love jigsaws as a family. My mother in law and the boys love doing them. They can be really relaxing after a hard day at work away from electrical stimulation. They can also be a great way to have family time together. This What If? Christmas Day Jigsaw was a good one and different to all other jigsaws Marie has tried.
As with previous reviews Marie has reviewed this one for me. I do get a little jealous and wish I had the time to do more jigsaws. I could do with some me time and switching off so may have to tackle some myself over Christmas. Like with other big jigsaws Marie used the large jigsaw mat which allows you to come back to the jigsaw and put it away in between.
The What If? Christmas jigsaw was different than any other she had attempted before. In her email she said she was a little apprehensive at first but when she opened the box excitement kicked in to do it. She tackled it in the same way though and did the outside edge first. She then split the pieces into colours which made things a little bit easier.
The colours of the jigsaw are really bright and vibrant not like some she has tackled in the past. The quality was the same though and a high standard as with other Ravensburger puzzles we have reviewed.
This is a fun jigsaw to complete and is part of a What If? series that Ravensburger have produced. They are all 1000pc puzzles and I’m sure Marie would love to have a go at a few more of these. That’s a Christmas gift sorted costing around £10 its perfect for a family puzzle on Christmas day or one from the range as a gift.