Hi again neighbors,
Thought I'd take a quick trip out At the Fence and see who was here. I have another really neat company. Piczzle does photo jigsaw puzzles. They take your favorite photo and turn it into a puzzle. A very nicely made puzzle I might add. The puzzle is constructed of cardboard or wood. Mine is a 300 piece cardboard puzzle, and seems very sturdy. Not only do they create a nice puzzle, but they also put the picture on the cover and sides of the puzzle box, which comes sealed in plastic. I have to say this is top rate all the way. I was very impressed. We used a picture of 3 of the children when we visited the Patton Museum, Ft. Knox, Kentucky. I have included several different pictures, some of the box, the puzzle and pieces, the partially finished puzzle, and the completed work. We are going to glue it and have it hung up.
Piczzle does shaped puzzles also. Great gift idea! A 300 piece cardboard puzzle is $34.99. Their puzzles actually start at $19.99 and go as high as $599. They have rectangular, circle and heart shaped puzzles. Piczzle can also add text on the puzzle.
"Our company specializes in the field of custom puzzles production and selling of wood, cardboard and computer jigsaw puzzles. Our photo puzzle products are sold to individual and business customers directly through this website, and indirectly through online/ offline stores, distributors and independent resellers. Piczzle operates worldwide especially in the USA, the UK and in Israel.
We provide a range of personalized photo puzzle products through a service that makes it easy and fun for our visitors to design, write, paint, enhance, share and preserve their digital photos while sharing these interactively with their friends and family in an original, one of a kind, creative and thoughtful way.
We enable anyone in the world to easily and quickly turn their own digital picture into their very own picture puzzle – as a personalized gift or just for fun. Here you have the control over what you would like your one-of-a-kind jigsaw puzzle to be: its picture, personal text, size, design, and level of difficulty are all up to you.
Piczzle's puzzles are made-to-order custom puzzles, and are produced using the customer's own photos. Being first in line we are committed to providing excellent service and top-quality personalized puzzles, thus linking a history of over 15 years of custom-made jigsaw puzzles manufacturing with online retail experience. Piczzle sees great importance in individuality and creativity, and promotes these issues by giving the customer the power to design their own product on one hand, and on the other hand by tending personally to each puzzle: on the service aspect, the graphic-design aspect, and the final product manufacturing aspect. Piczzle Personalized Picture Puzzle service was founded on May, 2003.
Our success is based on adding value for our customers. We offer you an easy, convenient and fun way to:
preserve your memories for family, friends and yourselves;
share your emotions with friends and family, through a thoughtful, personal and fun photo-based communicating experience; and -
achieve joyful self-expression through creativity and telling your stories with photos and words."
Piczzle has been gracious enough to offer At the Fence readers a code which will give you 35% off the LIST PRICE. The code is AtTheFence35 and is valid until Oct. 30th. They are also allowing one person to win a 300 pc. Large Cardboard Puzzle. This is a company worth sharing At the Fence.
Mandatory Entry: Visit the Piczzle Website and then leave a comment letting me know what shape and type of puzzle you would create if you could. You do not have to be a blogger to enter, but you must leave a valid email where you can be reached should you win. You must complete the mandatory entry or your extra entries will be removed. This giveaway will end 7/30 at 11:59 pm CST The winner will be chosen using random.org and will be notified by email. The winner will have 48 hours to respond.
1. Become a neighbor At the Fence. (follower) Leave a comment letting me know that you did/do. 1 entry
2. Subscribe to At the Fence. Leave a comment letting me know that you did/do. 1 entry
3. Go to Piczzle website and in a comment tell me what puzzle you would create if funds were unlimited. 2 entries
4. Follow At the Fence on Twitter. Leave a comment letting me know that you did/do. 1 entry
5. Tweet about this giveaway. Leave a comment with a link. 1 tweet per day=1comment per day=1entry per day.
6.Do a post regarding this giveaway. Leave 2 comments with the link. 2 entriesDisclosure: I received no monetary compensation for this review. I did receive a 300 pc. puzzle for review purposes. All quotes are taken from the Piczzle Website. All thoughts and opinions are mine.