Keep Your Puzzle Safe & Organized with Jigsafe

by Chrystal Johnson on October 19, 2013

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jigsaw-puzzle-safe-01I got a puzzle around Christmas time last year that I have really wanted to find the time to assemble. Not only is it hard to find the time, it’s also hard to find the space to lie out a long-term project.

If you have young kids, I’m sure you understand what a challenge that can be. Before you know it and half of the pieces are missing, never to be found again.

So my puzzle has been kept safe and sound in its box, getting a longing stare every once in a while. So, when I heard about Jigsafe, I was really excited to give it a try.

The Jigsafe is a set of boxes that nest together when you’re not using them. Then they stack up while you’re working on a puzzle to that you can more easily organize and manage your loose pieces.

Jigsafe holds up to 1,000 loose puzzle pieces and keeps the pieces turned up for you. It makes puzzling much easier for just about anyone.

Apparently everyone has their own method on how they use Jigsafe. I’m still figuring out the method that will work best for me. You can learn how to get the best results from Jigsafe on their puzzle safes overview page. But, you’ll likely discover a method that works best for you.

If you have a friend or family member who loves to assemble jigsaw puzzles, consider getting them a Jigsafe for Christmas.You can purchase Jigsafe for $45, including shipping in the US, on the Jigthings website.

I received one or more of the products mentioned above for free using Tomoson.com. Regardless, I only recommend products or services I use personally and believe will be good for my readers.

About Chrystal Johnson

Chrystal, publisher of Happy Mothering, is a mother of two sweet girls who believes in living a simple, natural lifestyle. A former marketing manager, Chrystal spends her time researching green and eco-friendly alternatives to improve her family's life. She enjoys sharing those discoveries with anyone who's willing to listen.

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1 Holly Petrie October 19, 2013 at 9:10 am

We ended up with a mess of mixed-up puzzle pieces a couple of years ago. Now, whenever we get a puzzle, we turn over all the pieces and mark them with a letter or symbol right away so that if they get mixed with another puzzle we can differentiate the pieces for each puzzle.

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2 Chrystal Johnson October 19, 2013 at 5:04 pm

That’s a great idea Holly!

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