JIGGY Puzzle Club
JIGGY Puzzle Club
JIGGY Puzzle Club
JIGGY Puzzle Club
JIGGY Puzzle Club
JIGGY Puzzle Club
JIGGY Puzzle Club
JIGGY Puzzle Club
JIGGY Puzzle Club
JIGGY Puzzle Club

JIGGY Puzzle Club

Regular price$34.00
  • Free shipping on 2+ puzzles
  • A percentage of every sale goes directly to the artist
  • Each comes with puzzle glue to keep as wall art
  • In stock, ready to ship
  • Inventory on the way

Unwind, unplug, and get JIGGY with us every month.

As a JIGGY subscriber, you’re in control! You’ll be able to choose your 500pc puzzle each month from the seasonal selection. Club membership includes our curated puzzle and VIP perks like early access to new products and promotions, exclusive content and opportunities to meet our artists, invites to events with fellow Club members, and more surprises!

JIGGY Puzzle Club puzzles are 500 pieces and include a reusable drawstring bag, box and print of the artwork. Puzzle glue is sold separately. The first subscription will be shipped right away, with subsequent orders shipped in the first week of every month.


Select your October design now! Need help? reach out to hi@jiggypuzzles.com

Special Kitty by Cat WillettCat Willett is a Brooklyn-based artist. She is the author and illustrator of the new graphic biography Queen of Wands: The Story of Pamela Colman Smith, the Artist Behind the Rider-Waite Tarot Deck, published by Running Press. Her illustration work has been featured by The New York Times, The Washington Post, Apple, Madison Square Garden, Doc Martens, the Museum of Arts and Design, and more.

Car Wash by Anne AbuevaAnne's work is known for being expressive and bold with an emphasis on color and movement. Raw compositions painted with considered color palettes demonstrate a marriage of her backgrounds in intuitive creativity and interior design.

Notting Hill by Elaine LeeElaine Lee is a Canadian illustrator and pattern designer based in London, United Kingdom. When not drawing, you can find her tending to her growing family of houseplants, learning a new creative skill, and staying up well past her bedtime getting lost in books. While she enjoys drawing everyday scenes, florals, and plants, she loves to add small, delightful details that make her illustrations a little more special! 

Select your November design now! Need help? reach out to hi@jiggypuzzles.com

Triple Axel by Rebecca Jane Woolbright. Hello, my name is Rebecca. I live in the Columbia River Gorge between Oregon and Washington. I am inspired by the outdoors, amazing color combos, travel, and my kiddos. When not creating, I race outrigger canoes and find the water time to be so cleansing. Things I love: the ocean, color and good conversation. Things I don't love: stirring a new jar of nut butter, mosquitos and losing my sunglasses.

Tropics of Paradise by Corinne Lent. Corinne Lent is originally from New York where she studied Fashion Design and Textiles. After working in women's apparel she went back to school for textile design landing a job as an inhouse surface designer. She ventured out to Portland, Oregon where she is now living and working as a freelance surface designer and ceramicist.

Focus on the Good by Breanna ChristieBreanna Christie, the artist at Hey Bre! Creative Studio, is a digital hand letterer from Louisiana that loves creating inspiring graphics and lettering illustrations. Her goal is to help people recognize their worth, celebrate their individuality and own their magic through her artwork. When she's not drawing on her iPad, she's either online shopping, reading, or eating tacos and watching her favorite shows with her husband and dog.

A percentage of every sale goes directly to the female artist behind these designs.

Size: 500 piece puzzle
Puzzle dimensions: 16 x 20 inches 
Box dimensions: 9 x 6 x 3 inches

What people are saying

Better than I imagined! The packaging is so unique and beautiful. I also ordered a frame to match. Definitely will be buying more in the future!

Ashley H.

Gorgeous! I loved putting it together and will love it even more framed and hung up!

Heather W.

I found puzzling to bring on a very meditative experience and I liked it. The was challenging and exciting, because endorphins are created when a piece finds its place. The artwork is beautiful.

Robin B.