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Snow Globes | 500 Piece

by 45077
Original price $21.99 - Original price $21.99
Original price
$21.99 - $21.99
Current price $21.99
Experience the joy of Snow Globes! A delightful 500 piece puzzle by Robert Giordano. All different sizes and shapes of snow globes sit on a table ready to bring joy to the Christmas season. A tree is lit and decorated in the background and candy canes are at the ready. Invite this puzzle into your life and let it turn it upside down in the most positive snow fun filled way!

Delivery time

Normal Processing: Orders processed Monday to Friday. Allow 1-2 days processing, plus transportation time. Tracking will be emailed when ready.

Piece Count: 500 Piece

Item Code: 45077

Box Size: 8.25" x 11.25" x 2.0"

Assembled Size: 26.625" x 19.25"

Poster Size: 10" x 14"

Puzzle Cut: Random/Quirky

Finish: Linen Print

UPC: 625012450775

Artist: Robert Giordano

  • A poster is only included if the box cover says "Poster Included" below our logo.
  • In 2023, our 1000 piece to 275 piece boxes downsized from 10" x 14" x 2.38" to 8.25" x 11.25" x 2.0" and a depth of 3.75" for the 2000 piece. However, until all retailers and our warehouse have completely sold out, there will be a mix of box sizes. Please check for this detail if that matters to you.
  • Pre-2018 we did not include posters with our puzzles. The pre-2018 box frame colour is beige as opposed to green, blue, or red/rust.
  • Modular boxes that are a "square-ish" size of 7.5" x 8.0" x 2.5" do not include posters.
  • There have been no changes to the Floor and Tray Puzzles.

Customer Reviews

Based on 2 reviews
Snow Globes

This is such a beautiful and precious Christmas image! Artist, Robert Giordano, really created a lovely puzzle that was an absolute joy to put together this Holiday Season!


I bought them as Christmas presents for my young great nieces and nephews .I am hoping that they will be as excited with their gift as I am to give it. I really like the pictures of all the ones that I bought, and the idea of everyone in the family having a hand at it has always brought tears to my eyes...a couple of years ago, my 90 year old mother and 4 year old great nephew used the larger pieces, while my niece with Down Syndrome used the middle pieces, and the oldest great niece and nephew used the smaller pieces...imagine the memories they all have, working on a puzzle with their G.G..