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 March design now! Need help? reach out to email@example.com
The Hippo & Oxpecker by Dani Ives
Dani Ives is an award-winning artist, author and educator. Her primary art medium is fiber, and she creates highly detailed pieces with wool fibers and needle felting techniques in a process she calls “Painting with Wool.” Dani’s work has been featured by Martha Stewart, Fiber Art Now, The Oprah Magazine, American Craft, Colossal, and more. She also shows her work in galleries and art shows across the U.S. She lives in Northwest Arkansas with her husband and her dog, June Bug. When she's not needle felting, you'll find her working in her sketchbook, reading, or hiking the forest trails near her home.
Spaghetti Date by Joanna Rosado
Joanna Rosado, known as Gigi is an artist and designer currently based in Poland. She often creates quirky still life’s and feminine portraits, apart from vintage inspired patterns. A characteristic feature of her illustrations are strong and expressive colours and sketchy lines.
Good Things Grow Here by Shelly Kim
Shelly Kim, the artist behind Letters By Shells is a self-taught artist with an emphasis in lettering, DIY and fun illustrations based in Los Angeles, CA. She discovered the act of creating art as a creative outlet from her desire to release stress from her full-time job back in 2015. Shelly has turned her art hobby into a full-time career making it a mission for her artwork to express love and positivity!
Select your April design now! Need help? reach out to firstname.lastname@example.org
All You Have To Do Is Fly by Subhashini Narayanan
Subhashini Narayanan is an artist, illustrator, and surface designer known for her whimsical dreamy art.She paints joyful contemporary designs, using watercolor, gouache, and ink. Her work is inspired by all things nature. She is so passionate about colors, shapes, patterns, and textures in nature. Her artworks can be seen in fabrics, wallpapers, stationeries, wall art, greeting cards, apparels, footwear, etc.
Night Garden by Darlene Seale
I live in northern San Diego county, California with beach and mountains providing lots of natural inspiration. I studied art in college, got my degree in Education and taught high school and college for a few decades before turning to illustration and pattern design. I’m grateful and blessed everyday to bring an illustration or pattern together which has me uttering out loud, “Yay, that’s it!.” What a fantastic way to spend my day.
Hi there, I'm Tanya Johnston - a mixed media and digital artist originally from New Zealand and residing in the US since 2006. I am interested in the human story, and creating beautiful and interesting narrative art work that stirs emotions, memories and childhood dreams. I like to work in layers and aim to bring something new and fresh to each piece. I am greatly inspired by both traveling and the routine of home life.
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
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!
Gorgeous! I loved putting it together and will love it even more framed and hung up!
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.