When I first seen the personalized jigsaw puzzle from Piczzle, I was so excited. I knew this was the perfect gift for my momma, I can’t remember a time as far back as I can think that she wasn’t working on a puzzle. When I was a kid we always had one started, or almost finished.
Piczzle made it to where I could combine her love of jigsaw puzzles and family all in one. So I started making a collage of our family, looking for pictures of us that would mean something to her. I played around for two days before I had the perfect fit of pictures, with family and friends. When I seen the finished result on the screen, I was like a kid in a candy store waiting for it to get here.
Little pieces of our lives scattered before me, that I knew was going to make a unique gift, momma will treasure forever. The pieces are solid and well made with quality cardboard. I couldn’t wait to put it together and see what I had created on my screen come together right in front of my eyes.
With seeing the picture on the box I knew right away I was going to love it, after putting it together I was not disappointed at all. Piczzle makes puzzles with up to 2000 pieces, I can’t wait to try that one, it will be so much fun putting together a puzzle that huge that I personalized by combining memories for a lifetime of enjoyment.
I would suggest every family having at least one of these, I can see me making several.
You can check out some very awesome videos about Piczzle puzzles on YouTube HERE.
Be sure to check out their Facebook page and see all the picture puzzles they have made HERE. There are so many amazing ones on there.
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