Jigsaws and games are fab for this time of year. The dark evenings and dreary days can mean a lot more mooching about at home and a lot more cries of “I’m boooored!” – and that’s just from me (hahaha). Ravensburger are one of the best known toy companies when it comes to jigsaws and their What IF? range are a fabulous mixture of a jigsaw puzzle AND a game in that the picture you have to make isn’t actually on the box – you are given clues to solve what you should be making! Much hilarity ensues as the whole family have to set about solving the clues to work out exactly what the picture should be, before starting to put the pieces together. I take bets on how often we fall out before we even start putting it together!
The What IF? range was launched 5 years ago and is celebrating its 21st edition by running a competition where you can win your picture, drawn by Geoff Tristram who has been a professional artist and cartoonist for over 35 years. Who wouldn’t want their family immortalized on a 1000 piece puzzle?! To enter all you have to do is tweet your best and funniest family and friends photo using the #WhatIfWeAreAPuzzle. The winning group will be depicted as entrants in a Challenge-Quiz-Show type scenario. If that wasn’t enough they will also win Geoff’s original signed artworks, and copies of the finished jigsaw puzzle, which will be on sale to the public from January 2019.
The competition opened on Twitter at 10am Monday 5 March and closes at 8pm Friday 23 March 2018 so get your skates on! Winners will be announced on Twitter Monday 26 March 2018. Entry is also be possible via a dedicated email address Ravensburger@provencepr.co.uk if you don’t use Twitter.
To coincide with this competition Ravensburger have given reader of The incidental parent the chance to win one of two of the What IF? jigsaw range. Entry via Gleam here:
Win one of 2 1000 piece What IF? jigsaw puzzle by Ravensburger
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