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Jan van Haasteren 'Ice hockey' 1000 pieces
If you want to put the Jan van Haasteren jigsaw puzzle Ice Hockey 1000 pieces, it is this one:
This puzzle came in a box containing three puzzles by Jan van Haasteren. The other puzzle that was still in this box was the 'camping chaos' and 'The car paint shop'. There were also three posters in the box and these posters are just as big as the puzzle itself.
The puzzle I made was in a 3-in-1 box and has the number 80962, made in 2007 by artist Jan van Haasteren.
This puzzle is available in a number of variants, namely:
- 3-in-1 3×1000 pieces, Ice Hockey / Car Paint Shop / Camping Chaos, number 80962, year 2007, draftsman Jan van Haasteren
- 3-in-1 3×1000 pieces, Ice hockey / De Buren / On Land, Ter Zee and in the Air, number 81041, year 2009, draftsman Jan van Haasteren
- 1500 pieces, Ice hockey, number 00682, year 2001, artist Jan van Haasteren
This puzzle has also appeared as a Scandinavia puzzle
This puzzle has also appeared in a so-called Scandinavia variant. You can read what a Scandinavian Jan van Haasteren puzzle is and which Scandinavian puzzles are from Jan van Haasteren via:
- Jan van Haasteren Scandinavia puzzles
– view the overview with all Jan van Haasteren Scandinavia puzzles
What do you encounter when you have made this Jan van Haasteren jigsaw puzzle?
This 1000 piece Jan van Haasteren ice hockey puzzle was in a 3-in-1 box and this box also contained the puzzles'Camping Chaos' and 'The car paint shop'. Of these three puzzles, I liked the Ice hockey puzzle the most to make, then Camping Chaos and finally De Autosprayerij. The puzzle De Autosprayerij was fun to make, but it didn't contain that many surprising and funny elements. The Ice Hockey jigsaw puzzle contained the most fun elements and that immediately makes it very difficult to lay. I made this jigsaw puzzle in several days and I put it all by myself. I made the puzzle on a puzzle mat because I always find it useful to move the puzzle if necessary.
As you can see, a poster is also included. This poster is as big as the puzzle itself. I made this puzzle on a puzzle mat that is 1 meter 60 wide and 90 CM high.
I started by turning all the pieces over on the puzzle mat and then figuring out the pieces that had all the edges. Then I was the first to lay the edges of the puzzle.
After laying the edges of the puzzle I started laying the boarding of the ice rink. There are a number of fairly large advertising posters on this boarding that are fairly easy to install.
However, in between my puzzle project was regularly delayed by cats who apparently like to sit on top of my puzzle. They also like to lie down very well, a very long ...
After that I started to put the top of the puzzle and the corridor around the boarding and that was also fairly easy to do.
Then I collected all the pieces of the ice hockey goals with a net and they were also quite easy to find and they were also easy to lay. Once I had laid that I started laying the audience which seems very difficult but that was quite easy to do. That didn't bother me much. After laying the pieces of the audience I started laying and finding the pieces of the red and blue lines that run across the ice. That was actually very doable, so that's definitely a tip to get started with. Then I finally started laying all the ice hockey players and that seems very difficult and very complicated, but as you can see, almost all ice hockey players have their own uniform. And every ice hockey player has a different color of pants or a different color shirt or a different color socks and it was still relatively doable there. I expected that to be more difficult. However, the difficult thing with this puzzle is that there are many small nice funny details in this puzzle, so that you are also left with a lot of skates and ice hockey pieces that you do not know exactly how to place. In the end it becomes really difficult to put all the last pieces together.
I made this puzzle on a puzzle mat that was 1 meter 60 wide and 90 CM high and that puzzles very easily.
The nice thing about the ice hockey puzzle is that it contains a lot of funny and fun elements and I will show a few examples of those elements in videos below.
I finally got it all off. Hoera!
Jan van Haasteren puzzle 'Ice hockey' - funny element 1: Puck You
In this ice hockey puzzle there are a lot of pucks and you see pucks in many places. For example, you see an ice hockey player with a Puck in his eye, but you also see an image of Donald Duck on the boarding and below it is Donald Puck and there is also a written letter on the boarding with 'Puck I love you'. And there is also a letter under a couch that says 'Puck you' instead of 'Fuck you' which is also very nice. What is also a very nice element is a Puck on legs that is walking on the ice.
Jan van Haasteren puzzle 'Ice hockey' - funny element 2: Nice Things General
For example, a few nice things in general that you see in this puzzle are the following. Two ice hockey players are playing drafts on the ice and an ice hockey player also sinks through the ice. You see a hole in the ice from which a hand comes out and a frog jumps and there is a danger sign with a skull sticking out. And you also see a hole in the ice in which a man is fishing and there is also a cat waiting outside who has just eaten a fish.
Jan van Haasteren puzzle 'Ice hockey' - funny element 3: Nice People (in the audience)
In this puzzle you also see a lot of fun elements in the audience. You see a lot of different types of people, for example in the gallery at the top left you see an Eskimo completely wrapped in Eskimo clothes. You see another dark boxer with his boxing gloves on who is ready to box and you see a very neat lady completely dressed. Of course, Sinterklaas is also in the stands, which is a recurring element in Jan van Haasteren's puzzles. You also see a waiter walking across the stand, but he falls and falls with his entire tray of glasses over the people in the stand. What is also very nice on this stand is the banner that says Puck Puck as an encouragement.
Also about the Jan van Haasteren Ice Hockey 1000 pieces
Just like in all other Jan van Haasteren puzzles you see a lot of recurring elements and those are not always the same elements. I have again looked up a lot of fixed elements and described them in the videos below. It's also great fun to look for all those recurring elements directly in Jan van Haasteren's puzzles and see if you can find them all again. In this puzzle you see a lot of ice hockey players who experience the most weird and crazy things on the ice and you can watch it for a long time before you have really seen everything that happens.
Jan van Haasteren Ice Hockey 1000 pieces - Recurring elements
In the videos below I have a fair amount recurring elements shown in the puzzles in videos but these are certainly not all recurring elements there are certainly more see if you can still find them yourself.
Jan van Haasteren puzzle 'Ice hockey' - recurring element 1: The shark fin
The shark fin in the Jan van Haasteren jigsaw puzzles is always present. It is often quite easy to find and is often located on the ground or floor. In this ice hockey puzzle you see the shark fin near the ice hockey goal, at the bottom of the puzzle.
Jan van Haasteren puzzle 'Ice hockey' - recurring element 2: Sinterklaas
Sinterklaas always comes back in a Jan van Haasteren puzzle. Sometimes the Sinterklaas is difficult to find and he is drawn very small, but this time the Sinterklaas was quite easy to find. You can see Sinterklaas in the stands at the top left of the puzzle.
Jan van Haasteren puzzle 'Ice hockey' - recurring element 3: The 'hands'
Hands in Jan van Haasteren puzzles always come in front of you, you see a lot in this puzzle. And it's also very nice to look up all those hands to see if you can find them. I will give some nice examples of where hands can be found. For example, you see hands appearing under the roofs. For example, you see a hand appearing under a boarding. A very nice one is a hand that is in the bottom ice hockey goal. Also a very nice one is a hand that is located at the top right of the puzzle under the armrest. What is also very nice is a hand that comes out of the hole from the ice at the bottom of the puzzle.
Jan van Haasteren puzzle 'Ice hockey' - recurring element 4: The dentures
The dentures also almost always appear in the Jan van Haasteren jigsaw puzzles. It is very difficult to find the dentures. Sometimes you think that the dentures are not in the puzzle, but they are there. I was able to find the dentures and it is located at the very bottom right of the puzzle on top of the roof there is a loose denture.
Jan van Haasteren puzzle 'Ice hockey' - recurring element 5: Baron van Tast tot Zeveren
Another recurring element in one of Jan van Haasteren's puzzles is Baron van Tast. His full name is Baron van Tast tot Zeveren. However, this character is often very difficult to find in the puzzle, but he does not always appear. Baron van Tast is once a comic drawn by Jan van Haasteren and he often uses this cartoon character in his puzzles. You can recognize this Baron van Tast by his black hair with his sideburns and often his long nose and almost always wears a tie and a blue jacket.
Jan van Haasteren puzzle 'Ice hockey' - recurring element 6: The Cats
The cats are also always a recurring element, you always see one or two or more in Jan van Haasteren's puzzles. In this puzzle I have found two cats. A cat is a bit to the right of the puzzle near the hole where the man is fishing. And the other cat that sticks its head out of a hatch from the boarding at the top right of the puzzle.
Jan van Haasteren puzzle 'Ice hockey' - recurring element 7: The Cigar
A regular recurring element in Jan van Haasteren's puzzles is almost always a cigar. In this puzzle you will find two cigars. I've only shown a cigar on the right side of the puzzle in the next video. But if you look closely you will also find a cigar at the far left of the puzzle with a bottle of wine near the boarding and a glass of wine and next to it is also a cigar.
Jan van Haasteren puzzle 'Ice hockey' - recurring element 8: De Bril
The glasses are also always a recurring element in the Jan van Haasteren puzzles. In this puzzle I have found three glasses that are very striking to see. Glasses can be found all the way to the right on the roof of the cottage. The other glasses can also be found a bit on the right side of the puzzle and it hangs over the boarding. You can see that in the video below. However, you also see glasses on someone in the audience who is hit in the back against his head and his glasses fly off completely.
In this image, you can see someone in the audience having their glasses 'knocked off':
In the following image you see two glasses, 1 glasses on the roof and 1 glasses hanging over the boarding:
Jan van Haasteren puzzle 'Ice hockey' - recurring element 9: The Eyes
Eyes in the Jan van Haasteren puzzles are also very common and you often see a lot of eyes appear. Likewise in this puzzle. In the video below I have shown some eyes that can be found in the puzzle. If you want to find all the eyes in this puzzle I see two more eyes below the stand at the top left of the puzzle and I see two more eyes at the bottom right of the puzzle emerging from the stands.
Jan van Haasteren puzzle 'Ice hockey' - recurring element 10: Super Snail
If you look closely at Jan van Haasteren's puzzles you will always encounter super snail and Super Snail can also be found in this puzzle and he runs after a loose skate that you see at the boarding on the left side of the puzzle. Super Snail's big friend is actually Tortoise. But you see turtle on the left side of the puzzle and he is in love with another little man maybe a puck with a helmet over his head.
Jan van Haasteren puzzle 'Ice hockey' - recurring element 11: The Plasters
You always see the plasters coming back. I have found two plasters in this puzzle. In plaster you can see at the ice hockey goal at the bottom of the puzzle. It sits on the buttocks of an ice hockey player. The second patch is hard to find, but you can see it at the second ice hockey goal at the top of the puzzle and it is on the clothing of an ice hockey that lights up the goal.
How big is the puzzle Jan van Haasteren Ice Hockey 1000 pieces?
The puzzle has a size of 68 centimeters (width) by 49 centimeters (height). That is actually the standard size of a 1000 piece jigsaw puzzle.
How long does it take you to complete the puzzle Jan van Haasteren Ice Hockey 1000 pieces?
I put the Jan van Haasteren jigsaw puzzle ice hockey 1000 pieces all by myself. It took me several days to put this puzzle together. I found it very useful to put one on a puzzle mat so that you can move the puzzle if necessary. The Ice Hockey puzzle was in a 3-in-1 box and this box also contained the jigsaw puzzles Camping Chaos en The car paint shop. Of these three puzzles, I found De Autosprayerij the least fun and I have to say that I liked the Ice Hockey puzzle the best because it contained the most surprising elements. And because there were so many surprising elements in it, it took me a long time.
My time on this puzzle:
- 20 minutes explaining the pieces
- 30 minutes put together over the edges
- Total time for entire puzzle = 7,5 hours
This puzzle is in 1 or more search books
This puzzle is in 1 or more search books by Jan van Haasteren. These are not only fun search books to search for recurring elements, you can also ideally use the image of this puzzle as an 'extra' large poster while puzzling! View the overview with our 'Jan van Haasteren search books'
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Jan van Haasteren 'Ice hockey' 1000 pieces - where to buy?
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|Marktplaats.nl||15,00 (May 2020)||Buy now|
Jan van Haasteren 'Ice hockey' 1000 pieces - Specifications
|Kind of product||puzzle|
|Number of pieces||1000|
|Target audience||Children and adults|
|Puzzle type||Jigsaw puzzle|
|Age||From 12 years old|
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I wrote the above review. Nice puzzle, with many surprising elements in it. You keep looking at the puzzle and still discover new elements. Many well-known Jan van Haasteren elements on this puzzle. I still give him a full 100% score: 5!
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