Keep it all together with The Puzzle Pod- Review and Giveaway!

My children LOVE puzzles.  They get it from their Gramma (my Mom) who still works giant jigsaw puzzles often.  I love them too, but hate when pieces go missing or worse yet, when puzzles get pulled off shelves in our playroom and then we have to return the pieces to ther rightful owners.  When I heard recently about the Puzzle Pod, I had to check it out!

Very simple and very affordable, mom-invented Puzzle Pods are the perfect solution to keeping puzzles organized.  The sturdy vinyl envelope attaches to the back of a puzzle and flexes easily to accommodate chunky pieces.  Once adhered to the puzzle, you can pack your puzzle around without being worried about losing that last piece that always seems to disappear!  I love this idea because then the puzzles can travel in the car to help keep boredom at bay.

Puzzle Pods can be used for a variety of other uses too, like to hold crayons to coloring books (I love this idea)  or even for moms who scrapbook to keep everything organized and at hand.   We used ours for the back of my son’s states and capitals puzzle.  Because he takes quizzes on the 50 states and capitals weekly, this gave him the perfect way to practice the puzzle in the car on the way to school in the morning to keep his mind fresh.

The Puzzle Pod has held up well to and fro in the back of my car and hasn’t shown any bit of wear and tear despite being put to the test daily.  I would definitely recommend The Puzzle Pod to any Mom, and think it’s a great accompaniment to giving a puzzle as a gift!

GIVEAWAY

The friendly people at The Puzzle Pod have kindly offered to give one away to a lucky reader!

How to enter:

1. Visit Puzzle Pod and tell me how you would use this product!

Additional entries:

1. Blog about this giveaway and link to The Not-So-Blog and The Puzzle Pod (10 extra entries).

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Contest ends at 11:59pm CST on April 20th. Prizes not claimed in 72 hours will be forfeited. Open to continental U.S. Residents only.

This review is the opinion of Jennifer of The Experimental Mommy. Other may have a different experience with the product. Thank you to Puzzle Pod who provided the product for review. I was not compensated in any way except for the complimentary product.

Comments

  1. susanlanai says:

    We’d use this for our puzzles. Those pieces always get lost!

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  5. Anne Loyd says:

    I would use these for all of my kids’ puzzles. What a great idea!

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  8. susan varney says:

    i would use it for my grandsons puzzles
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  9. Monique Rizzo says:

    For my daughters puzzles.Thanks for the chance.
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  10. I would use these with my son he’s turning 4 this week

  11. Denise B. says:

    I think I would use it for homeschooling materials.

  12. Ellen C. says:

    I would use it to organize my son’s puzzles. Thanks for the chance.

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  14. I think I’d use this to keep games, crayons, puzzles pieces, etc. together at church.

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  16. Jennifer T. says:

    My daughter has an alphabet puzzle that she really enjoys but has so many pieces. That puzzle would be great to have a Puzzle Pod attached.
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  19. ReggieMann says:

    I would use it to store my niece’s Melissa & Doug puzzles

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  22. Twila Keenan says:

    I would use this for my grandsons puzzles. They are always losing pieces and this would b great!

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  33. I would definitely use it for puzzles- probably traveling with puzzles!

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  39. This would be great for my son’s Melissa & Doug puzzles, we’re always losing pieces!

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  42. Twila Keenan says:
  43. I would use this with all of my kids puzzles. Thank you!

  44. We would use it for all the kiddos puzzles

  45. susan smoaks says:

    i would use this for our son to keep up with his puzzle peices

  46. I would use this to hold coloring books and crayons

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  48. I would use them for puzzles or letters.

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