The Wasgij Original Extension Pack 1: The Bake Off continued
is a 250 piece jigsaw puzzle that can be pieced together and added to the solution jigsaw puzzle of Wasgij Original 23, or enjoyed as a smaller Wasgij puzzle. The choice is yours.
The image printed on the front of the box depicts the inside of the County Fair Baking Contest – and things are really starting to heat up as the contestants are scrambling around with their delicious baked goods. The judges have high expectations, but what sweet surprises will be offered by the “lucky” contestants who have prepared their signature, family-tested dishes? Try to imagine you are the judge with the stripy top and bows and piece together what she can see. But remember, this is only an extension to reveal an extra piece of the “solution” to the 1,000 piece Wasgij Original 23 jigsaw puzzle.
Wasgij Original is the unique brainteaser puzzle concept where you have to work out the cause of the scene in the puzzle box image and discover why the characters in the illustration are looking so shocked? Can you use the clues to determine what has happened? Use your imagination and puzzle what everyone is looking so shocked about. Remember, only the puzzle holds the answer! This fabulous Wasgij puzzle has been illustrated by Jumbos popular artist – James Alexander – and James hilarious sense of humour shines through each of his Wasgij puzzles, and is the reason behind the Wasgij brands massive fans base across the world.
The completed Extension Pack jigsaw puzzle measures 17 x 49 cm and when added to the Wasgij Original 23 “solution” puzzle, it will create a puzzle measuring 85 x 49 cm. The puzzle has been produced on a high quality cardboard using Jumbos precision die cutting techniques to ensure you receive only the highest quality of product and so that each jigsaw piece maintains its original shape for as long as possible.
Don’t forget pick up Wasgij Original 23: The Bake Off! 1,000 piece puzzle so you can find out the complete “solution” to this fantastic Baking Contest and see what the judges are looking at.