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Puzzle Giveaway

If you are new to Calamityware, you might not know that Don once created two amazing jigsaw puzzles. You can see portions of them above. On the left is the Bad Neighborhood puzzle; on the right, Evil Twins. Unfortunately, both puzzles have been sold out for a while.

News reports this week said the epidemic has caused a globalpuzzle shortage. So, we searched deep in our basements...er, archives...and found seven unopened, Calamityware puzzles. We will give away one puzzle each of the first 7 days of April.

To enter enter the drawing, just fill out thisonline formWe will choose 1 person everyday (from April 1 thru April 7) and send them a puzzle. The first 6 winners will receive Don Moyer's Evil Twins puzzle. The final winner will receive our last Bad Neighborhood puzzle. Each 750-piece puzzle is 18” x 24” (45 cm x 60 cm) and includes a full-color cheat sheet.

Winners will be contacted via email and must respond within 24 hours or else we will select another winner. Only one entry per email address. You do not need to enter everyday—one entry will qualify you for all remaining drawings. Winners will also be announced on our website.

No purchase necessary to enter. Sweepstakes open to U.S. residents only. Email addresses will only be used to contact winners.

Winners
4/1 - Mary - New Haven, CT
4/2 - Lisa - Portage, IN
4/3 - Joe - Cincinnati, OH
4/4 - Rachel - Philadelphia, PA
4/5 - Beth - 
Springfield, VA
4/6 - Gabrielle - Brooklyn, NY
4/7 - Heather - Saint Paul, MN

23 Responses

Melanie DeGiovanni

June 19, 2020

Shoot. Since this enter-to-win contest, I have become obsessed with the evil twin puzzle. In fact, the image is on a postcard I received with my last order of goodies (prints and a plate). I enlarged it in black and white and have been marking off the twins. Then I realized the postcard is cropped (!!!) I just reviewed the initial Kickstarter and can see more twins I have been missing. I really really want the puzzle now. If Calamityware could print up some more, I’d be a happy camper. Or if anyone out there has one and did it and then now has to move because of the pandemic and can’t take it to the new place because the new place is smaller, maybe you could return it to Don and I’ll buy it for an inflated price. Anyone?

Wendee

June 16, 2020

Love your products and art designs
Puzzles are needed

Sally Smith

June 03, 2020

How frustrating to discover you and your wonderful, weird puzzles just when I can’t get them. Please have more made!

Joyce England

May 25, 2020

My husband and I love 1000 piece puzzles. I’d so love to see a “things could be worse” puzzle, perhaps one with multi colors as well as blue and white. It could have insects around the borders!
Anyway, I got the Christmas ornaments last fall, and have ordered two 20 oz. mugs. I love the whimsy!

Loretta Sachsel

May 22, 2020

I hope to be able to purchase at least 4 of your creature puzzles in the future..one for my sister, one for my husband’s office ( they always keep a jigsaw going in thier break-room, one for my daughter to take to the dorm with her and one for my own home! Thanks for the whimsy!!

Fingers crossed and hopeful,
Loretta Sachsel

patti heck

April 20, 2020

Now I know what my friends are going to get for Christmas this year!

Mavis

April 11, 2020

Puzzles, puzzles, puzzles! Puzzles perfect for puzzling period of political peril. Please send help!

Mavis

April 11, 2020

Puzzles, puzzles, puzzles! Puzzles perfect for puzzling period of political peril. Please send help!

Woody Reed

April 09, 2020

Well dang!

CONGRATS to the folks who won!

And thanks for doing this @calamityware !!

Very kind and thoughtful of you to have this give away. Even though we didn’t win one we had fun keeping tabs on the winners.

Joanna

April 06, 2020

I have been eyeing your puzzles for a long time, and they were always sold out…. So happy to hear that there may be more in the future!

Sarah M Falsey

April 06, 2020

Congratulations to those lucky winners. But, really, you have no idea what you are in for.
I am working on the bad neighborhood puzzle deep into the night. The puzzle has invaded my dreams. Yes. Even asleep, I am in the bad neighborhood.

What glorious fun!!

Elizabeth Smailes

April 05, 2020

Puzzles for us seniors help us focus outside of our lonely world! Thanks

April

April 04, 2020

I stumbled across Calamityware on Facebook last night and now I am forced to admit Facebook is not a complete waste of my time. I’ll definitely be ordering soon!

A P

April 03, 2020

Sarah F,
Your dork comment gave me a good laugh. Everyone has done that at one time or another.
Stay well!
Cheers,
A P

A P

April 03, 2020

Oooh, I would L O V E a Bad Neighborhood puzzle. I was going to buy it for my friend who, an avid puzzlemeister, has given my sister many of his already-done ones. (A very generous family). Lovely gesture to give these away, esp in these calamitous times. And, if you ever do create a doormat, could it include “Go Away” surrounded by your fabulous creatures.

Just r’cvd my first pkg from you. The tees! The notebooks! AND, the free playing cards. Many thanks. The bandanas!

Julie

April 01, 2020

Puzzles are our Prozac!

Sarah M Falsey

April 01, 2020

Eek. What a dork I am. I posted twice. Forgive me.

Deb

April 01, 2020

I downright love puzzles. Some of my favorite memories are doing them with my Grandma who passed that love down to me. The shortage of puzzles is not helping my sanity level so I’d be ecstatic to have one of these to call my own.

Sarah M Falsey

April 01, 2020

I am putting together your bad neighborhood jigsaw puzzle right now with the help of my not so helpful cats, Jessica and PJ (short for Pallet Jack because we found him hiding from the pouring rain in the pallets at the produce company where I used to work). PJ was just a tiny kitten. Now 16 and loves to nap on your puzzle) .

Outrageous fun in this crazy time.

And I am a twin, but not an evil one. So says she and her sisters and her cousins whom she reckons by the dozens and her aunts.

Sarah M Falsey

April 01, 2020

I am putting together your bad neighborhood jigsaw puzzle right now with the help of my not so helpful cats, Jessica and PJ (short for Pallet Jack because we found him hiding from the pouring rain in the pallets at the produce company where I used to work). PJ was just a tiny kitten. Now 16 and loves to nap on your puzzle) .

Outrageous fun in this crazy time.

And I am a twin, but not an evil one. So says she and her sisters and her cousins whom she reckons by the dozens and her aunts.

Ilanit Marx

April 01, 2020

Hello!
Would love to have one of this beautiful puzzle!
I’m a nurse in the hospital and between all the hard days and nights my quiet family time is with puzzles!
Thank you for cheering up people with this beautiful gesture!!

Jean McGowan

April 01, 2020

We need a puzzle to entertain the kids.

Susan

April 01, 2020

Love your theme.

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