Ben and Holly’s Little Kingdom Puzzle Tin – Review

We were very kindly sent the Ben and Holly’s Little Kingdom Puzzle Tin to review this week by Entertainment One.

I have to admit that having two boys I’ve never actually seen Ben and Holly’s Cartoon series, but Thomas loves puzzles and jigsaws so was very happy.

The puzzle consists of 35 pieces and is a nice size when finished, not too small, but not big enough to need too much room when piecing it together. Thomas always likes doing his puzzles on the kitchen table, and this puzzle was a great size for that.

The artwork on the tin is lovely, and there is a full picture of the completed puzzle on the back as a guide. You do however also get a sheet inside the tin with the picture on, but I like that it’s also on the tin too, as the sheet is bound to get lost in this house.

The main thing I like about this puzzle is the fact that it comes in a tin. We’ve lost so many puzzle pieces through the cracks of broken jigsaw boxes, so I think having it in a tin is a great idea. The Puzzle tin also looks much more attractive on a toy or book shelf compared to a battered old box, It’s a great idea all round.

RRP £6.99

‘The Ben & Holly’s Little Kingdom 35 piece puzzle in a tin is fantastic for your little one to enjoy their favourite characters, whilst enjoying piecing together a bright and colourful jigsaw. The puzzle image features Ben & Holly having fun in the kitchen with King and Queen Thistle, Daisy, Poppy and Nanny Plum, using their magic to prepare dinner. The puzzle comes in a beautifully decorated tin that is great for storing jigsaw pieces when they are not being pieced together and will look lovely placed on a shelf or in a toy box ‘

Ben and Holly’s Little Kingdom products are available at all good retailers. Be sure to visit the Ben and Holly Official website and Like them on their official Ben and Holly Facebook Page .

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