I am so excited for December 1st to arrive. Advent is a wonderful time of year and I love watching my kids enjoy their Advent calendars which help them count down the days to Christmas. Every year we seem to discover more and more types of Advent calendar. They are a great way to make the days in December and my children usually enjoy a chocolate calendar as well as one which contains a toy or small activity.
This year we were introduced to the wonderful idea of a jigsaw puzzle advent calendar from Wentworth Puzzles. The Santa’s Workshop Advent Calendar Puzzle includes 24 stand up characters! This charming wooden keepsake is a fun way to count down the days to Christmas and perfect for ages 3 to 7 although all ages love a puzzle!
The puzzle features shaped puzzle pieces, known as whimsies, connected to the theme of the puzzle. There are 28 pieces and the lower the piece count the larger the puzzle pieces which are perfect for smaller hands.
If you are looking for a more sustainable Christmas then you will be pleased to know that all their puzzles are made using wood from sustainably managed forests. The box is also made with recycled materials and no plastic is used in the packaging process.
Wentworth Puzzles were founded in 1991 and have been producing unique and intricately crafted wooden jigsaw puzzles from their factory in the heart of the Wiltshire countryside ever since. They create a huge number of laser cut wooden puzzles made from sustainably sourced wood.
The Santa’s Workshop Advent Calendar Puzzle measures 250 x 250mm, and costs £25.00 from Wentworth Puzzles.
Win an Advent Calendar Puzzle from Wentworth Puzzles
One reader of the gingerbread house can win an Advent Calendar Puzzle from Wentworth Puzzles. To enter my giveaway you must answer the question via the Rafflecopter widget below, there are some bonus entries too. The giveaway is open to those with a UK postal address only and ends on 28th November. The winners name will appear on this post.
Don’t forget to check out my other giveaways on my competition page. Good luck!