As usual we tend to start of finding the edge pieces, something my children love looking for and with the various coloured balls of wool lying around, it aids finding where the pieces need to go.
With lots of vintage signs on the wall it helped to locate where the pieces go, but with the quirky cabinets, coloured balls of wall and numerous cats eyes, it took a little bit of working out which pieces went where!
Alongside myself was my 8 and 11yr old who both love it when they find a piece that fits and between us all we soon completed the puzzle.
We love this puzzle and really enjoyed doing it. Being 500 pieces it isn’t overly challenging and is something we can do over a few days. Great for when at home to get away from screen time and good for rainy days. Ravensburger puzzles are always a pleasure to do and the Crazy Cats are just one in the vintage series of puzzles. I love the vintage designs and can’t wait to try out some others!
All reviews are my own and my family’s opinions. We are not paid for reviews although we do receive the product to try out and enable us to write the review.
The Hairdresser 500 piece puzzle from Ravensburger is part of the Happy Days at Work series with each puzzle featuring a different career. With a retro vibe this scene at the hairdresser was fun to do and had lots of key items in to pick out as you go along to aid completion and help you achieve the finished puzzle.
I always like to start with the edges and corners although my 10yr old daughter was eager to complete this alongside me so was picking out bits she found on the inside such as the hair spray cans and the red car outside the window. The pieces are a good size with and with a shiny upper surface they were easy to sift through and find what you needed.
I really enjoyed completing this and with 500 pieces it’s not too challenging and you feel like you are achieving pieces in place fairly quickly. It wasn’t long before my 7yr old son joined in too and the three of us eagerly worked together to find the pieces. At first we were busy finding different parts but it soon got competitive as to who was going to put the final piece into place. It turned out they both put one of the last two pieces in each as they had secretly hidden one piece each under their legs!!! Cheeky! But it was great seeing their determination at completing the puzzle and we all had a lot of fun doing it.
In the Happy Days At Work series from Ravensburger there is something for everyone, so if you don’t fancy The Hairdresser, then maybe try The Teacher, The Coalman, The Farmer, The Mechanic or The Baker – these just being a small selection that is available.
All reviews are my own and my family’s opinions and we received the product in order to write an honest review.