Kidicraft kicks off Spring Fair 2020 with first domestic jigsaw puzzle range

Spring Fair is in full swing for the puzzles specialist, Kidicraft, who has just launched its first range of domestic jigsaw puzzles with an assortment of 500-piece and 1000-piece puzzles.

Puzzle images are from the Howard Robinson collection and include Flight of Fancy, Beneath the Waves, and Early Morning in Bengal. A new branded floor unit is available free with an order of 48 puzzles from this range.

This is Kidicraft’s first range of puzzles to be designed in-house. The company has seen particular success across its licensed collection that kicked off last year with the Harry Potter range, and was supplemented late last year with the launch of the DC Comics licensed Batman and Superman puzzles.

Two further licensed ranges also make their debut this year in Discovery and Animal Planet.

The Discovery range includes a T-Rex, predatory Velociraptors and the distinguishable Triceratops in 150pc puzzle. Meanwhile, the Animal Planet range will initially launch in just the 63pc puzzle size, with eight new designs adding to this popular pocket money puzzle size.

As well as 150pc and 63pc puzzles there is also a range of Animal planet notebooks. Kidicraft will be using a new and improved “Prime 3D” lens to give even greater depth and movement to these amazing images on their 3D puzzles.

There is also another addition to the Selfies range in Selfies Unicorn. These adorable Unicorns will bring a smile to many a child. As with all the 3D puzzles, these 48 piece Selfie puzzles come with the 3D image on the front of the retail box.

Kidicraft is currently exhibiting its full range at the Spring Fair International (Hall 5, Stand K28).

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