To take full advantage of all the site's features like saving/loading puzzles, leaderboards, reward points/badges Login or Register

Snowmen Christmas Decorations Jigsaw Puzzle Game

Loading game. Please wait...
After enabling piece rotation you can rotate a piece by double clicking/ tapping on it or pressing the space key while dragging the piece.

Snowmen Christmas Decorations Puzzle Details:

About: Christmas is just around the corner so in today's puzzle we feature a seasonal decoration - two hand-made snowmen, complete with pine cone hats, coal eyes and a small carrot for the nose. Click the start button and put these frosty ornaments back together as fast as you can and get a place on our leaderboards.
Puzzle Of The Day On: 03/Dec/2014

Very Easy Puzzle Time Stats

Best Time
00 : 11
Your Time
Average Time
00 : 39

Easy Puzzle Time Stats

Best Time
01 : 13
Your Time
Average Time
03 : 48

Normal Puzzle Time Stats

Best Time
02 : 51
Your Time
Average Time
16 : 21

Hard Puzzle Time Stats

Best Time
04 : 25
Your Time
Average Time
32 : 43

Very Hard Puzzle Time Stats

Best Time
07 : 13
Your Time
Average Time
57 : 56

Extra Hard Puzzle Time Stats

Best Time
12 : 16
Your Time
Average Time
1 : 49 : 44

Puzzle Leader Boards

    Login and refresh the page to see leaderboards.
    Login and refresh the page to see leaderboards.
    Login and refresh the page to see leaderboards.
    Login and refresh the page to see leaderboards.
    Login and refresh the page to see leaderboards.
    Login and refresh the page to see leaderboards.

Like Us On Facebook

Some Other Fun Puzzles

Merry Christmas

Merry Christmas

Merry Christmas everyone! It's the 25th of December- a religious and cultural celebration among billions of people around the world commemorating the birth of Jesus Christ. Open your presents, if you haven't already, and relax with today's puzzle.
Pine Tree Branches With Decorations

Pine Tree Branches With Decorations

Christmas is just around the corner so today we're getting into the holiday spirit with a fun new puzzle featuring green pine tree branches decorated with colorful glass baubles. The first decorated trees were adorned with apples, white candy canes and pastries in the shapes of stars, hearts and flowers. Glass baubles were first made in Lauscha, Germany. Tinsel and several types of garland or ribbon are commonly used to decorate a Christmas tree. European tradition prefers the open aspect of naturally grown, unsheared trees, while in North America there is a preference for close-sheared trees with denser foliage, but less space to hang decorations.
Christmas Tree

Christmas Tree

This puzzle features a beautifully decorated Christmas tree by a fireplace. The tree was traditionally decorated with edibles such as apples, nuts or dates. In the 18th century, it began to be illuminated by candles, which with electrification could also be replaced by Christmas lights. Today, there are a wide variety of traditional ornaments, such as garland, tinsel, and candy canes.An angel or star may be placed at the top of the tree, to represent the host of angels or the Star of Bethlehem from the Nativity. The custom of the Christmas tree developed in early modern Germany with predecessors that can be traced to the 16th and possibly the 15th century.
Wooden Santa Claus Figurines

Wooden Santa Claus Figurines

Merry Christmas everyone! Today, for Christmas, we feature some hand made wooden Santa Claus figurines. If you were good this year Santa has already visited or is on his way by now so just relax with a nice puzzle.
Gold Baubles

Gold Baubles

Christmas is just around the corner so today we're featuring some gold bauble tree decorations. Finish decorating your tree and then relax with this fun new Christmas themed jigsaw.
Santa And Rudolph

Santa And Rudolph

On the last day of the year we feature Santa and his cute friend Rudolph the red-nosed reindeer saying good bye to this year and wishing you all the best in the following year.
Homemade Christmas Cookies

Homemade Christmas Cookies

Christmas cookies can trace their history to recipes from Medieval Europe biscuits, when many modern ingredients such as cinnamon, ginger, black pepper, almonds and dried fruit were introduced into the west. The cookies are often cut into such shapes as those of candy canes, reindeer, holly leaves, Santa, tree, stars, angels or other holiday related themes and motifs. In Canada and the United States, since the 1930s, children have left cookies and milk on a table for Santa Claus on Christmas Eve, though many people simply consume the cookies themselves. So what are you waiting for? Click start, grab delicious home made cookie and enjoy today's new holiday themed puzzle. Have fun!
Christmas Decorations for the Holiday Season

Christmas Decorations for the Holiday Season

The holiday season is almost here and today we're getting into the holiday spirit by visiting a Christmas decorations shop. Typical images on Christmas decorations include Baby Jesus, Father Christmas, Santa Claus, the star of Bethlehem, snowflakes, snowmen, icicles, reindeer, bells, candles, candy canes, garland, stockings, wreaths, snow globes, and angels, and even penguins and polar bears. Popular Christmas plants include holly, mistletoe, ivy and Christmas trees. Christmas lights are often used, and they may be hung from door or windows, and sometimes walls, lampposts and light fixtures, or even statuary. Christmas decorations are typically put up in late November or early December, usually to coincide with the start of Advent. Pick your difficulty level and give it a try!
Reindeer And Snowman

Reindeer And Snowman

We're getting in the winter holiday spirit with today's new puzzle that features two cute Christmas themed figurines - a reindeer and a snowman. Click start and let's get into a "Christmassy mood" with this fun new jigsaw game.
Fresh Eggnog

Fresh Eggnog

Eggnog is a rich, chilled, sweetened, creamy dairy-based beverage traditionally made with milk, cream, sugar, whipped eggs and brandy, rum or bourbon. It is traditionally consumed throughout Canada and the United States at Christmas every year, often from American Thanksgiving through the end of the Christmas season.
Christmas Gnomes

Christmas Gnomes

The gnome, nisse (Danish), tomte(Sweedish), tomtenisse, or tonttu (Finnish) is a mythological creature from Nordic folklore today typically associated with the winter solstice and the Christmas season. It is generally described as being no taller than 90 cm, having a long white beard, and wearing a conical or knit cap in red or some other bright color, often with a full beard; dressed in the traditional farmer garb, consisting of a pull-over woolen tunic belted at the waist and knee breeches with stockings. The tomte is accompanied by another mythological creature: the Yule goat (Julbocken). The pair appear on Christmas Eve, knocking on the doors of people's homes, handing out presents. The tomte/nisse is also commonly seen with a pig, another popular Christmas symbol in Scandinavia. In today's new puzzle we feature two cute tree decorations in the shape of these mythological creatures.
Christmas Shopping

Christmas Shopping

Christmas is almost here. Have you finished your Christmas shopping? It looks like the snowman and reindeer figurines in today's new jigsaw puzzle have not. Click start and help them the with their last minute Christmas shopping.

Didn't find something you like? Don't worry we have thousands of online puzzle games for both kids and adults alike.

Daily Jigsaw Puzzles - a new online jigsaw puzzle every day.

All our puzzles can be played in full-screen mode on your desktop, smart phone or tablet( iPad/iPhone(iOS) or Android powered devices). DailyJigsawPuzzles.net is your free iPad (or Android tablet) jigsaw puzzle app. Just visit using your mobile device and play our HTML5 powered puzzles.

All images are copyrighted by their respective owners. Where possible the appropriate accreditation is given.Third-party trademarks are used solely for describing the games indexed herein and no license or other affiliation is implied. For more info please check our Copyright Policy page.