Monday, February 7, 2011

Galison/Mudpuppy, 100 piece Puzzle in Tin. Review and Giveaway

See what's new at Mudpuppy Mudpuppy is a wonderful line of children/teen products owned and operated by Galison.
 Galison was founded in 1979 to work with museums to make their imagery widely available in the form of well-designed and manufactured paper products. Mudpuppy Press was launched in 1992. From an early specialization in puzzles, they expanded to their current offering of puzzles, journals, diaries, educational games, toys, and stationery for children and the young at heart.Over the years, Galison has worked with museums, non-profit organizations, and businesses to create private label custom projects.

Mudpuppy graciously offered MMR a nice 100 piece Monsters Puzzle Tin to review, and also one to give away!
Monsters Puzzle
My Boys were so excited when the puzzle arrived. Many of the products I have reviewed in the past have been baby related, so they felt very special to be a part of this review. My youngest Zak(age 6) is my puzzle building pro so he was the first to try this one out.  We sat down together and opened up the tin, Zak noticed the special tin, he like it very much and told me he was happy that he wouldn't rip the box trying to open the puzzle. (we have lots of busted puzzle boxes) I too appreciated the quality of the tin. Once he opened it I was surprised to see the pieces were twice the size of the other 100 piece puzzles we have, this puzzle is a very nice size, also very sturdy! Once Zak started building the puzzle he kept telling me how huge it was gonna be! 
Here are some pics of My Super Dooper Puzzle Pro at work!

 As you can see this is an adorable high quality puzzle. Mudpuppy offers several quality children's products that you should go check out. They take great pride in providing high quality beautifully designed products for children.

You can buy their products "here."

Don't forget to use our Coupon Code for 15% off your order!!!
Code: ZZZ2

Or you can enter to WIN A Monsters Puzzle Tin by entering our form at the link below.

(excerpts taken from, mmr was not paid for this review and all opinions are our own)

1 comment:

  1. You might also like Mudpuppy's "At the Garage" playspace, designed by the same artist, Michael Slack. It's so much fun to play with!