I’ve mentioned recently my love of jigsaw puzzles and I’ve just been introduced to a new range from Ravensburger, What If? This range was launched 5 years ago and asks puzzlers to question ‘What If?’ as they’re solving the puzzle. The puzzle picture isn’t on the box, so you need to use the visual and written clues to imagine what the completed puzzle will look like.

whatif competition image

Not a traditional puzzle, but one for puzzlers who enjoy more of a challenge than just following a picture on a box.

For more of a challenge, Ravensburger have just launched a competition, giving fans a chance to feature in their own puzzle. They’re asking entrants to tweet their funniest family and friends group photo using the hashtag #WhatIFWeAreAPuzzle.

I’m sure there’ll be a real mix of entries so get yours in for the chance to have your group turned into the next What If? 1000 piece puzzle, shown as entrants in a Challenge/Quiz show scenario. It’ll be number 21 in the series, with illustrations done by artist, cartoonist and comedy writer Geoff Tristram.

As well as featuring in the puzzle, you will also win the original signed artwork and copies of the jigsaw puzzle which will go on public sale from January 2019.

The competition is now open until 8pm Friday 23rd March 2018. If you don’t have twitter you can enter by emailing your photo to ravensburger@provencepr.co.uk. Winners will be announced on twitter on Monday 26th March 2018.

what if puzzles

Puzzle giveaway

If you’d like to get your hands on one of the latest What If? puzzles, I have number 19 in the range, Are we there yet? to giveaway. Just answer the question ‘where do you do your jigsaw puzzles?’ in the comments (url can be left blank), and complete the rafflecopter widget to enter.

what if number 19 puzzle

*Contains affiliate links

Alternatively you can buy from Amazon – a huge range of the What If puzzles.

Terms and conditions

WARNING: Twitter are clamping down on duplicate tweets, with a danger of ban on accounts. I can’t remove the option now, but would suggest you don’t do the daily tweet option.

  1. UK entry only
  2. Giveaway closes 11.59pm  15th April 2018
  3. Entries will be validated according to the rules of entry
  4. There is one prize of a What If? jigsaw puzzle
  5. The data of anyone that enters won’t be passed on to any third parties or used for any unsolicited marketing communications.
  6. This giveaway is in no way associated with Facebook or any other social media.
  7. Winner will be randomly chosen, and will be shown on this post.  Further notifications of the winner may be shared on social media.
  8. The winner will be notified via email, and will need to respond with their postal address within 4 weeks otherwise a further winner will be drawn.
  9. Prizes will be sent out within 30 days of receiving postal details.
  10. This giveaway may be featured on Loquax, Prizefinder and other competition websites

a Rafflecopter giveaway


Disclosure: We were gifted a puzzle and given one to giveaway


  1. special board on the living room floor or dining table

  2. sharon martin

    on my puzzle board on my lounge floor

  3. On the dinning room table ♡Thanks for the opportunity♡

  4. Cassandra D

    I usually do the puzzles on my kitchen floor.

  5. Tracey Tedford

    On my puzzle board in the sun lounge

  6. jackie curran

    I sit at the dining table and do my puzzles on a board .

  7. Vicky Allum

    I do my puzzling at the dining room table!

  8. becci cleary

    On the dining room table – I have a roll-up puzzle mat that I can use so that my 2 year old doesn’t get to it – she loves playing hide-and-seek with the pieces.

  9. janine atkin

    i have a board that i can slide under the sofa

  10. Adrian Bold

    I do my puzzles on the dining room table.

  11. Angela Macdonald

    On the dining table, i have a jigsaw roll so can roll it all up before we need to eat 🙂

  12. Sue Bebbington

    In the living room on the coffee table

  13. christine westlake

    at home on the dining room table

  14. Pauline Burroughs

    If it’s a big puzzle I use the dining room table or for smaller puzzles I use the coffee table in the living room so that I can watch tv at the same time

  15. Usually the coffee table – handy to watch TV at the same time!

  16. We do our puzzling on the dining room table.

  17. Sarah Heath

    In the lounge on my puzzle board so I can still listen to the telly.


    Usually the coffee table, grandson enjoys them as well

  19. Victoria Prince

    I do mine in the living room! It used to be the living room floor but I can’t get down there or back up any more 🙂

  20. Sarah Mccaffery

    In the living room on a jigsaw board.

  21. On the dinning room table with my children, or when we go on holiday.

  22. Melissa Lee

    We have one of those big boards that we slide under the sofa and we puzzle in the living room

  23. Kim Styles

    On the kitchen table- sometimes it has to be on a jigsaw roll though

  24. Susan Smith

    The Kitchen Table, where i get peace and quiet

  25. adeinne Tonner

    Myself personally i do it on my dining room table in the kitchen.

  26. Frances H

    On a ‘Porta-puzzle’ board, which I can move anywhere.

  27. Joy Winn

    I do them on a jigsaw board on the dining room table so that it can be lifted off when we need the table

  28. Rachel Craig

    At home. Usually make use of table from a nest of tables to lay out pieces, and solve jigsaw puzzle.

  29. On the dining table using a jigsaw board so that it can put out of the way for meals

  30. Amanda Hart

    In my dining room, I am due to start a new one, keeps me stress free

  31. Christina Curtis

    I do them on the dining room table.

  32. On the dining room table – which means we usually can’t eat there for a week.

  33. Alana Walker

    In my living room, I have a jigsaw board. My mum and I are jigsaw addicts!

  34. Jade Hewlett

    I usually do puzzles on the coffee table

  35. Sheena Batey

    At work (break times obviously) in the staff room

  36. Juli Savage

    I have a portapuzzle – so I do puzzles everywhere (mainly kitchen table)

  37. On the dining room table (we have to eat off trays until they are finished)

  38. I do it round at my grandads on the dining room table 🙂

  39. Charlotte

    in the room on the floor, we have a portapuzzle

  40. Sue McCarthy

    Would love to win this prize for my Mum as she’s addicted to jigsaws!

  41. Kayleigh Watkins

    I do mine in my dining room on my table while my children are in bed xXx

  42. Tracey Peach

    I haven’t done any puzzles for a long time & would love to get back into them. I don’t have a table other than my coffee table so would use that 🙂 x

%d bloggers like this: