Gaming Merch: Legend of Zelda Puzzles

Rachel Mii Double JumpHappy Thursday!
Like everyone else, I love video game merchandise whether it’s Zelda related, Pokemon, Mario, or whatever. Whether it’s trading cards, clothes, notebooks, figurines, etc.
Whenever Kris and I go to Gamestop (or if I’m browsing Amazon) I always find a billion items I want. Unfortunately, money doesn’t magically appear in my wallet so I stick them on a wishlist and wait.

I’ve decided to showcase merchandise I have and want every once in a while since there’s just so much out there.
With all the Zelda hype, and us not being able to play the latest game, Kris and I decided to work on our many puzzles.
I love jigsaw puzzles. It’s relaxing and I have a lot of fun putting them together. I hate breaking up my work though, so I glue them and frame them to be hung up. Except wall space is limited so I actually have quite a few framed puzzles lying under my bed.
Anyway, I currently have three Legend of Zelda puzzles. One is the map of Hyrule, one is a gorgeous picture of Link and Epona, and the other is the map from Majora’s Mask.

The Hyrule map has been put together, glued, and framed for a while now. We’re not quite sure where to put it, so it’s under my bed. Great place, I know. Kris and I have put together and glued Link and Epona together, but it doesn’t have a frame yet. Our cat, Chase, has actually been using it as a bed… and we’re currently working on the Majora’s Mask puzzle.
Doing these Zelda puzzles has made me realize that I, of course, want more. They’re fun and they’re so pretty. I went onto Amazon and added five more puzzles. They’re all Zelda, but there are many other gaming puzzles I would love to have. But I’m in a Zelda mood and those puzzles are just as gorgeous, especially the stained glass Wind Waker ones.

Do you enjoy puzzles? If so, do you have any of these? Let me know in the comments below!

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  1. I love these puzzles too! My BF and I spent Christmas and Boxing Day putting the Hyrule map one together, and it was a lot of fun! I had forgotten just how much I like them. I also got a WW puzzle for Christmas this year as well, so that’ll get done sometime in (hopefully) the near future. I hope you can find a place to hang your framed puzzle. We bit the bullet and hung it up on the wall behind the couch in our Nerd Room and it looks wonderful.

  2. I’m really tempted to pick up one of these now. The Majora’s Mask ones look particularly appealing to me. I haven’t done puzzles in a while, but maybe Zelda will be the driving force to bring me back!

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