Rifle Paper Co.’s Puzzle Collection Is Perfect for Gifting—and 30% Off for Today Only

updated Dec 1, 2020
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Rifle Paper Co. has found the missing puzzle piece of their already expansive collection of home decor and stationery: jigsaw puzzles. The brand released a collection of jigsaw puzzles comprised of the most whimsical designs in September. Given the rapid rise of puzzle purchases during quarantine, Rifle Paper Co.’s four-product collection could not have come at a better time.

The puzzles, designed by Rifle Paper Co. co-founder and CCO Anna Bond, include 500 random cut pieces and are packaged in decorative boxes with gold foil accents. From strawberry fields to city maps, the illustrations possess the brand’s signature artistic flare. Each set in the collection—there’s Garden Party, Strawberry Fields, Camont, and City Maps—is printed in full color with a matte coating to finish. They retail at $34 each, but are currently 30% as part of Rifle Paper Co.’s sitewide Cyber Monday sale, which ends tonight. 

Check out Rifle Paper Co.’s jigsaw puzzle collection below.

Garden Party

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A lush garden with bold blooms, green leaves, and bright fruits make up the Garden Party box, which will surely bring the great outdoors in.

Buy: Garden Party, $34

Strawberry Fields

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Butterflies flutter around beautiful blooms and sweet berries in the Strawberry Fields box, which will make puzzle enthusiasts crave the sweet fruit.

Buy: Strawberry Fields, $34


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The pastoral grounds of an 18th-century farmhouse in Gascony, France in the Camont box will transport quarantine dwellers to the European country.

Buy: Camont, $34

City Maps 

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Mexico City, Tokyo, and Venice are just a few of the locations featured in the City Maps box, allowing puzzle enthusiasts to travel the world without leaving their homes.

Buy: City Maps, $34