It’s finally the lazy, hazy, crazy days of summer and after the past 18 months of strict health rules, we’re ready to break free and enjoy some uninhibited fun. Seeing our family and friends again and being able to chillax with them is a happy experience. Picnics, barbeques, parties, weddings, and other fun get-togethers are being planned by all families globally. For us, it’s just great to mingle, chit-chat, and catch up on all that’s been happening with our loved ones. We enjoy simple things like playing board games, puzzles, and various card games. Doing a puzzle with family, especially seniors or kids, is a great opportunity to create special memories. We recently added some new fun puzzles and cool playing cards to our collection and we’re enjoying them.
The Earth Puzzle is a breathtaking aerial view of our beloved planet. This featured photo was taken from outer space by NASA themselves. It’s a stunning, eye-catching floor puzzle (spanning 2.5 feet/76 centimeters in diameter) that’s an interactive tribute to our home planet in all its blue and green glory. Although it only has 100 pieces, it’s challenging for both adults and kids. The puzzle pieces are quite large so putting them together can be a fun afternoon with the kids or grandparents. It’s perfect for space aficionados, world lovers, and zealous earthlings of all ages. Ages 6+.
A Day At The Bookstore Puzzle is a busy scene where people are going in and out of their favorite bookstore. If you are up for a challenge, this puzzle will keep you and your family busy yet tranquil for hours and hours. Featured in soothing watercolors, this puzzle has 1000 detailed pieces of sidewalk images and different rooms in a massive bookshop. It’s housed in a matte-finish sturdy box that’s perfect for gifting, reuse, and storage. An insert of the full puzzle image is also included.
I cannot recall how many evenings our family has played a variety of different card games. They’re enjoyable, encourage friendly rivalry, allows downtime where families can socialize and strengthen their bonds. The LEGO Playing Cards Set offers two decks inspired by their infamous bricks. One is in the red/oranges and yellow tones, while the other is in the blue/green/purple hues. They appear a little smaller than the average deck, but still comfortable to play games with. They come in a LEGO keepsake box for reuse or gift-giving. Game on!
Disclaimer: I received complimentary products to facilitate a review. All opinions are my own, yours may differ.