Ravensburger 3D Despicable Me 3 Puzzle Review

We love a bit of puzzling for a wind down before bedtime, there is something therapeutic about puzzle building. We were contacted and asked if we would like to try out some 3d puzzles from Ravensburger based on Despicable Me 3, the kids love all things minions so of course we said yes!
With the new 3D shapes from Ravensburger you can create fantastic room accessories in 3D! This amazing Pencil Holder features the minions from the new hit film Despicable Me 3. Piece together the 54 curved plastic pieces and create a fashionable accessory or pencil holder that will add an enchanting touch to any bedroom. Just complete the puzzle, attach the plastic accessories and use the hold to store pens, pencils, make up brushes and various odds and ends. The puzzle uses unique plastic pieces, which slot together to build a sturdy and strong pot and best of all no glue is required! Each puzzle piece is printed with a number on the reverse side, so you can either assemble the puzzle by eye, or by following the numbers on the back. This model makes an ideal room decoration that you can build on your own or as a family. The finished puzzle measures 10cm high when complete. Suitable for ages 7 years and up.
This storage box features the mischievous minions from the new hit movie Despicable Me 3. Piece together the 216 strong plastic pieces to create a storage box that will add an enchanting touch to any bedroom. Just complete the puzzle, attach the accessories - and you have a storage box that is ultra-practical with a moveable shelf! Use the box for anything you like - Jewellery, treasures, letters and bits and pieces! The finished puzzle measures 23 x 15 x 13cm when complete. Suitable for ages 9 years and up.
Dj really enjoyed the challenge of the 3d model as opposed to a regular puzzle, it was a bit more of a challenge for him. I think the numbered pieces are fab and the arrows on them really helped Dj with the building of the puzzle.
He found building the sets and he found it really simple to do. It only took about 10 minutes to build to pen pot. That was after sorting all the numbered tiles out, we found it easier to sort them onto numbered pules of 10, 20, 30 etc. The larger box took us about 20 minutes, we did have a little trouble getting the lid to sit right. This is purely just because it's a 3d puzzle and the pieces move, its slots in when you have all the pieces totally straight.
They are both perfect additons to the boy's bedroom and they look fab! Both are avaulbel from Ravensburger and Amazon. They would make the perfect gift for birthdays or Christmas.
Thanks For Reading
Mandy
xx

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