It’s just 5 days until the Royal wedding of Prince Harry and Meghan Markle. The excitement is building and my girls are getting Princess-ready with this gorgeous Disney Princess puzzle by Ravensburger.
We love Ravensburger and have a few of their puzzles aimed at young children. The girls (and their friends) were so excited to see a new puzzle on the games-shelf and to work as a team to complete the picture. For over 100 years children have loved Ravensburger puzzles. They are of excellent quality and made from sustainable materials.
This bright and colourful XXL 100 piece puzzle is suitable for children aged 6+, but our younger girls also loved making the puzzle picture with a little help from mum. I think mum had just as much fun too… 😉 100 pieces may seem like a daunting number of pieces, but the puzzle wasn’t overly challenging. My 6 year old made the complete puzzle in around 15 minutes, but the smaller kids took around 30 minutes. Just enough time for me to sit back with a cuppa and enjoy some quiet!
This Disney Princess puzzle features Belle, Jasmin, Aurora, Tiana, Cinderella, Ariel, Rapunzel, Mulan, Merida and Snow White, all together in one large beautiful picture, that measures 49 x 36 cm when complete. Despite being 100 pieces and an XXL puzzle, this size is a lot smaller than I originally expected. Great for playing in smaller spaces on the floor!
Once the girls had finished their new puzzle, they were straight off upstairs to the dressing-up box to put on their favourite Disney dresses. If you’re looking for some lush Disney clothes, why not get Disney clothing from Popgear. You can read more about the Disney Princess puzzle on the Ravensburger website here. Check out their range of exceptional quality puzzles for the whole family too. Ravensburger puzzles are available on the high street and online, so do shop around for the best price.
This Ravensburger puzzle was gifted to us in exchange for this post. All words and opinions are my own.
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