Review of Kidicraft's 3D Puzzles and a Giveaway


What do you get if you cross a love for puzzles, a challenge and Harry Potter fans?  Kidicraft's 3D Harry Potter Puzzle range.
Harry Potter 3D Puzzle Range

Kidicraft's Harry Potter Range

Kidicraft's Harry Potter range comes in two puzzle piece sizes. The puzzles come in either 300 or 500 pieces.

What makes these puzzles amazing and a challenge though, is the fact they are in 3D format and give the appearance of standing out and slightly moving as you move.

We were fortunate to receive the Ford Angela puzzle which has 300 pieces, and as a family, we set out to complete this on a very wet Saturday afternoon.

My first thought on this 3D range is the box is heavier than expected and the pieces are slightly thicker.  It's also a challenge to complete as the pieces are moving slightly as you move looking for the correct inner parts of the puzzle.

Only picking out the edges was easy with this puzzle. That's what you want though isn't it? A challenge and task that will get the family together chatting and wandering off for a break and coming back to see how far others have taken it!
Harry Potter 3D Puzzle

It really looks great once complete and is a must for any Harry Potter fan, but what is also great with Kidicraft is they have an extensive range of 3D puzzles, so if for some reason Harry's not for you, then there are some really beautiful animal puzzles, crazy smiley emoji 3D puzzles (I can't image how difficult those ones are!) to name a few.

To get an idea of what puzzles are available, why not pop over to Kidicraft website for a more detailed look.

You can pick up Kidicraft's 3D range from a variety of shops such as The Yorkshire Jigsaw store for £12.99 or Hedwig at the Jigsaw UK website for £10.99.   I would be wary of buying from Amazon at present as the price is over £5 more!

Giveaway Time

The lovely owners of Kidicraft are offering one of my readers a chance to win themself the 48 pieces super 3D Junior Puzzle - Pets.

All you need to do to be in with a chance of winning the above puzzle is complete as many options on the follow Rafflecopter as you wish.

Good Luck x


  1. Fantastic giveaway, have a merry christmas

  2. Love Lisa Parker - Hocus Pocus especially

  3. I love the Great Wall of China – Ancient China in the National geography collection.

  4. Very clever. Jigsaws used to be a favourite pastime of mine as a child, but neither of my boys are particularly keen now, although they enjoyed them as toddlers


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