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Wrebbit 3D - Harry Potter The Burrow Weasley Family Home 3D Jigsaw Puzzle

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Final Score:

8.78 out of 10, based on these factors:

  • Easy to assemble
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  • What buyers say about Wrebbit 3D - Harry Potter The Burrow Weasley Family Home 3D Jigsaw Puzzle

    If a child were to put this together, some adults assistance would probably be good. I bought three of these little puzzles for my wife as a birthday present and we are still putting them together.

    It was difficult to figure out the last couple of pieces and processes because of the instructions, but I was able to figure it out 85% by doing normal puzzle things.

    The puzzle was missing a few pieces but Customer Service was great in getting those pieces to me.

    The puzzles are easy to weed out if you use the color version of the instructions and get on the wrebbit website.

    She worked on it with a friend and her parents helped out.

    Common Questions


    We are putting this together but are not sure if we need to return it for a whole new puzzle or if we can just get one piece.


    You can get a missing piece easily with Wrebbit 3D puzzles, you just have to use the diagrams in the box to indicate it.


    My kit didn't come with instructions or any accessories.How do I build it?


    It's not essential to have instructions, but they are helpful when you have built all the flat parts. Once you have built all the flat parts, it's fairly obvious what wall will attach to which wall, or what piece of roof will attach to which wall.


    Is this appropriate for a 10 year old?


    It is possible for a 10 year old with Wrebbit 3D puzzle experience to make it, but it is a bit difficult. I would recommend starting with easier models like Diagon Alley which is our post popular Harry Potter model or smaller models like Olliv.


    What is the height of it?


    At the highest point, it is about 17 inches tall.


    Are the pieces numbered?


    They are not numbered, but there are options online for instructions of various types.

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