Friday, February 14, 2014

Piczzle Personalized Puzzle (Review & Giveaway)

Disclosure: I got this product as part of an advertorial.



Happy Valentine's Day!! I know I posted that hubby and I don't do much on this day, and we don't...but for the kiddos we always get a little something.  This year, we have a new (grand)baby to buy for, but she's too little to know what's going on still, so... we got her a little something she will like later: a puzzle with her picture on it.

The Piczzle puzzle we had made for my granddaughter's very 1st Valentine's Day
I turned the cupid picture I made for her into a Piczzle puzzle, and had her name, the holiday, & the year printed on the bottom left portion of it.

Turn any photo you want into a high quality, personalized photo!
With Piczzle you can turn any of your favorite photographs into a personalized puzzle. They offer a solid variety of sizes, shapes (including a heart!), and number of puzzle pieces to choose from as well.  You can get a wooden puzzle, which I think would be awesome!! Or you can get a standard style such as pictured here.


According to the company, with regards to how the traditional-style puzzles are made, "Piczzle's cardboard puzzles are made of outstanding materials, top craftmanship, and the highest print quality. They are constructed of a premium grade cardboard that has been laminated with a glossy finish. Piczzle puzzles are precision press cut to ensure all pieces perfectly match one another, and they are printed using an advanced digital printing technique that results in sharp, multi-colored prints."

I think these are awesome to create for yourself, but they're also really nice to give as gifts.

You can learn more about them by visiting their website: www.piczzle.com
You can also follow them on Facebook, YouTube, and/or Twitter.

Would you like one of these? Or do you know someone who would love one as a gift?

One lucky reader gets to make a Piczzle puzzle of their own!
US & Canadian entrants only.
a Rafflecopter giveaway


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.

55 comments:

Jacquelineand.... said...

What an incredibly sweet idea, I love it!

QueenMomJen said...

What a darling idea!

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Milex said...

Fantastic!

Manzanita said...

The puzzle is a cute idea for granddaughter. Thanks for the Valentine greeting. Heres a Valentine Greeting right back atcha. One for you and your whole family.

Lisa @ Two Bears Farm said...

This is great. My boys just love puzzles.

Lulu G said...

So cute and a great idea!

Alexandra said...

Such a great idea for a Valentines Day gift, so cute and thoughtful!


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Kristi Maloney said...

What a great idea. I love it and I love that picture. She will appreciate that when she is older! So cute.

angel d said...

i like the love you design

Pat Hatt said...

That is cool indeed, but when you have cats, puzzles are kinda hard to do lol

Sandee said...

This is a great idea.

Have a fabulous Valentines Day. :)

Jenny Lang said...

I love this idea of putting photos on puzzles! Definitely unique!

Robin said...

I can see this being very popular gift to give the grandparents, etc. Kids and babies are just so darn cute.

Holy Ghost Writer said...

That is a great idea for a gift

Kelly Tupick said...

I love this. I like the fact that you can get puzzles from 6 to 2,000 pieces. This is great for all ages.

Our Neck of the Woods said...

Oh how fun is that! What a cute idea to make a puzzle out of the photo. It would make a great gift!

momo said...

I would love to have one of these done with my grandson in his Halloween costume this past year. He looked so cute in his little pumpkin outfit!

(◔‿◔) said...

Very beautiful!
I love this photo offerings. Puzzle, Memory, pillows, coffee mugs ...
Happy ♡-Day to you too. Hugs!
, Wieczora (◔‿◔) | my photoblog

Elephant's Child said...

What fun.

Self Sagacity said...

that is really cool! I just love anything personalized. great idea for gifts.

Melissa Miller said...

I would love the coffee mug with photo

JDaniel4's Mom said...

A photo puzzle would make a great gift!

Joyce Lansky said...

Dang! Some of these puzzles are pricey. Do I still get credit for this comment?

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Ann Jones said...

What a great idea! I bet this would make a great gift for my inlaws!

RACHEL DEMAS said...

My aunt actually had one of those made for me when I was a kid. She was a computer programmer when computers were as big as a room, and did all kinds of things that were ahead of her time. You are taking me back. It was one of my favorite things! I know Claire would love it too!

bbrittbrat1398 said...

I like that you can choose between 6 to 2,000 pieces.
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Binky said...

Now you can take apart and put together your friends!

Susan Kane said...

One Christmas when our young kids were sick, my parents sent us a puzzle. It made me happy to get it.

Theresa Mahoney said...

I made my daughter a Piczzle Puzzle and it is one of her favorites. I simply adore yours! I don't think a cuter Piczzle has ever been made :) She will certainly enjoy the puzzle when she is able!

~ Noelle said...

found you can make round or heart ones too (Not a fan, I always need to do the sides)

Melissa Jellie said...

There are so many shapes and themes! I like that.

Poke The Rock said...

if you would feel really mean you create a puzzle with just one colour or colour hue...oh what a great idea!!

Hilary Melton-Butcher said...

Hi Rosey .. I think it's fun idea for a grand-child, or a memory day ... we have them as postcards .. eg for a Cornish Cream Tea ... which can be deconstructed and sent out in an envelope ... a fun and different way to communicate with someone overseas, an elderly loved one .. etc etc ..

Cheers Hilary

Brian Miller said...

ha. that is a cool treat...imagine how surprised she will be the first time she puts it all together....smiles...

@bamrecreations said...

i just like the idea of a personalized puzzle. if i dont win, i may go there anyway!

Kenya G. Johnson @ KenyaGJohnson.com said...

That reminds me of a little detail I need to tell in a story ;-) - I like that these puzzle come in smaller sizes. I think my dad can handle a 100 piece puzzle. Christopher wants one from when we went zip lining last year. I told him that I though it would be awfully hard because it was so much sky and trees - sky and trees can drive a person bonkers in puzzles. Love the one of your grand-baby.

Kelly Hughes said...

Loved the heart shaped puzzles!

Deb (dubbage42) said...

I like that it is so customizable - it's really cool that you can have some of your puzzle pieces "themed" (shaped like dogs, fish, etc).

(Terry) My Journey With Candida said...

Every time I see that picture of your Granddaughter, it makes me smile. Such a cutie pie.

Anonymous said...

This is a great way to conserve a memory, play and learn all at the same time. Not to mention that most kids love puzzles. Thanks for this awesome review.

Amanda Bode said...

Cute gift, I love that you can get more complex puzzles too!

alissa apel said...

I like that they have wooden puzzles.

SexyBrat said...

I like that they are fully customizable.

Terra Heck said...

I learned that standard Puzzles have a unique finish, and their Finest Wooden Puzzles are finished with a high-quality gloss. Thanks.
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PaulineMilner said...

I really like the Surprise Puzzle they offer. It is really neat that they offer a theme puzzle with pieces cut to the theme of the picture. Thank you for another super giveaway opportunity. Please keep up the terrific blogging.

Colette S said...

This is such a great idea!! I'll come back to enter.

Victoria Nyquist said...

I really like the LoveU design! Such a fun idea for a gift!

Karine Groulx said...

I like that they have a lot of shapes!

Deb Ford said...

I like the fact that you can get puzzles up to 2,000 pieces.

Kim R said...

I think these would be such unique gifts, especially for kids. Definitely would want to get wooden ones.

tina reynolds said...

I really like the love heart designs great for an anniversary gift

Denise S. said...

I like the idea of putting photos on puzzles, because I've been gluing puzzles I like and hanging them on the wall for years.

mail4rosey said...

hahaha, my MIL loves puzzles...but I shan't do this... it made me laugh though. :)

Anonymous said...

I think it's neat that they offer photo puzzles on wood as well.

Natalie Yeoman said...

i really like the Love U Design