Now that we’re all a few weeks into this whole self-isolation thing, chances are you’ve probably completed a few jigsaw puzzles (or at least started working on one) by now. If you’re getting bored of standard 2D pictures, why not spice things up with these 3D Harry Potter puzzles? Not only will it provide you with a whole new challenge, it’ll help bring the wizarding series to life.
- You can build so many iconic Harry Potter things. Thanks to Wrebbit (and Target, who’s selling the 3D puzzles), you can build the Great Hall and the Astronomy Tower at Hogwarts, a version of Ollivander’s Wand Shop and Scribbulus, and Diagon Alley, the Knight Bus, the Hogwarts Express, and Madam Malkin’s and Florean Fortescue’s Ice Cream Shop.
- These are great collector’s items. If you’re a big Harry Potter fan and already have tons of merch from J.K. Rowling’s series, these 3D puzzles would make a great addition. Even better, you can keep them erected once you’ve built them. If you have a bookshelf of other display space, you could set all of them out for people to admire your handiwork whenever they stop by (when this is all over, of course).
- They’re great for most ages and abilities. While obviously younger kids will need some help assembling these, Wrebbit’s 3D Harry Potter puzzles are actually good for most ages and abilities. Certain puzzles, like the Astronomy Tower, have more pieces (860) and are therefore recommended for older kids (14 and up), but there’s nothing to say younger kids couldn’t work on it too.
- They’re reasonably priced. Depending on the model, Wrebbit’s 3D puzzles start at about $26.99 and go up to $49.99 for the ones with more pieces. While it could get pretty pricy if you insist on having every puzzle they offer (and really, what Harry Potter fan isn’t a completist?) but you could get one for now and then work your way through them one at a time. Puzzles are available at Target.