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Piczzle - Your Personal Photo Puzzle


Piczzle Picture Puzzle service is an Internet-based retailing and manufacturing service of Custom Jigsaw Photo Puzzles.
We strive to provide the best custom jigsaw puzzle service by creating a fun, dynamic and an interactive option for those who wish to capture precious life’s moments through a photo puzzle game – for themselves and for the ones they love.
Piczzle's Cardboard Puzzles are made of outstanding materials, top craftsmanship and the highest print quality. They are constructed of a premium grade cardboard that has been laminated with a glossy finish. Our cardboard puzzles are precision press cut so that all pieces will be perfectly match one another and they are printed using an advanced digital printing technique that results in sharp, multicolored prints.

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My Opinion:
I love my Piczzle!
I chose one of my favorite photos of the hubster and myself, and though it took some time to put together 110 piece puzzle, it looks amazing!
I'm going to get it matted and framed, it's that nice!
The hubby gave it a two thumbs up too!
SO this could be a great Christmas gift for someone you know who loves puzzles. Get their favorite photo, or a great family portrait as a keepsake. They will love it!



5/5


Recommend? Yes. Most definitely!


I received one or more of the products mentioned above for free using Tomoson.com. Regardless, I only recommend products or services I use personally and believe will be good for my readers.

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