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Tim Burton's The Nightmare Before Christmas Jack Skellington and Sally Prime 3D 500 Pieces Puzzle
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Tim Burton's The Nightmare Before Christmas Jack Skellington and Sally Prime 3D 500 Pieces Puzzle

Disney, Tim Burton's, The Nightmare Before Christmas. This puzzle is 24" x 18" when completed.A magnificent collectible to enjoy with the family. This500 piece puzzlefeatures an image fromDisney,Tim Burton's, The Nightmare Before Christmas.

The Nightmare Before Christmas Prime 3D Jigsaw Puzzle 500 Pieces featuring Jack Skellington and Sally.

  • FUN ACTIVITY - Completing a puzzle is a great collaborative activity for family & friends. Kids and adults of all ages can exercise their patience, concentration, observation and intelligence. Each time a puzzle is complete, they will gain a sense of accomplishment. Those needing a little help can look at the back of the puzzle to get hints to find the right pieces.
  • 500 PIECES- Jigsaw puzzle is 24 X 18 in Each piece is unique & fits precisely and is made of high quality cardboard. 500 Pieces Puzzle is a great gift to introduce toddlers and children to the world of Jig Saw Puzzles.
  • PREMIUM QUALITY- Full color glossy varnish finish on front with white finish on back. Each unique piece is made from high quality recycled cardboard & fits precisely. Puzzles are a fun activity to do on a cold fall, rainy or winter day, and make a great gift for Birthdays, Christmas and over the entire holiday season.


Age Range

6 Years & Up


Prime 3D


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CHOKING HAZARD - Children Under 3

This toy is not suitable for ages under 3 years. It contains one or more of the following items: marbles, small ball, or small parts.

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