Ravensburger Rachel Ellen Jigsaw Puzzle Review
This pretty set of Ravensburger Fairytale puzzles features characters illustrated by British designer Rachel Ellen. When I opened my parcel, I even said ‘Wow’ as the illustrations are just perfect. Beautiful for my little princess!
These jigsaws are perfectly aimed for children from the ages 3+. There are four different puzzles inside the box they are all very high quality cardboard, as you would expect from the brand leader in jigsaws Ravensburger.
Each different jigsaw has different amount of pieces for your child.
- 12 x pieces for fairy on top of toadstool.
- 16 x pieces for mermaid swimming with sea creatures.
- 20 x pieces for ballerina and her cat.
- 24 x pieces for princess riding on her unicorn.
About Rachel Allen Designs
Rachel Ellen Designs are independent greetings card and stationery designers established in 1997. They are based in a Victorian print factory in Nottingham, UK.
Rachel who was previously a professional ballet dancer, started the company hand painting cards literally from the kitchen table in her London apartment.
From small beginnings and with massive help from Rachel’s parents (Barrie and Jan) and now 25 staff members, Rachel Ellen has become a thriving, successful business. Rachel Ellen Designs are one of the leading stationery and greetings card designers in the UK.
Today, Rachel Ellen products are sold throughout the UK in a select number of High Street multiples, small chains, department stores and independents as well as throughout the world in over 25 countries with particular success in Japan.
Rachel Ellen have been awarded several prestigious industry awards including a GOTY (Gift of the Year) Award, a Louie Award (USA), a Dutch Greetings Card award (Best Cute Range) and 3 Henries Awards – Best Cute Range 2006, Best Children’s Range 2008 and Best Cute Range 2011 as well as being short listed finalists on numerous occasions.
This beautifully presented Fairytale jigsaw collection is such a fabulous set to have. They are suited very well for Grace who is aged 3, who loves all thing mythical and princess!
I have also spotted that there is a boy’s range called Amazing Adventures that features a Pirate, a Superhero, an Astronaut and a Dinosaur! Although I don’t really like stereotyping kids. Jake and Grace seem like most of my friends children in that they play with each others toys and games.
Both of these sets of jigsaws are available from at Amazon and all good toy retailers.
Mummy H and Grace