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Photo Puzzle Review!


I was super lucky to be able to review a beautiful photo puzzle this week! It is an actual photo of my kids on a thick toddler puzzle! It is such a high quality photo and super sturdy puzzle its absolutely stunning. I got it from Joslin Photo Puzzles. They are the makers of the original photo puzzle. Here is some more information about this outstanding company!



Manufacturers of superb quality custom jigsaw puzzles since 1972

In the early 1970's Marcia Joslin launched her career as the first woman Puzzlemaker, producing personalized jigsaw puzzles in a variety of shapes, sizes and number of pieces. Custom jigsaw puzzles are made from photos, magazine pages, children's drawings or anything printed on paper.

Now she makes precut blank jigsaw puzzles which were especially created to be used with heat transfers made from color laser copiers, sublimation, ink jet transfers, etc.

And now, for the very first time, millions of do-it-yourselfers can use their home computer, inkjet printer and household iron to create a magnificent one of a kind Personalized Photo Jigsaw Puzzle. Many large and small companies are utilizing jigsaw puzzles for their special impact promotions.

My puzzle came in a really pretty organza gift bag, with a mini print of the picture on the puzzle. The puzzle is laminated so it is easy to clean which is a must when you have messy little toddlers. My kids have done it 4 times since they opened it and keep asking to do it! I love sitting down with them and spending quality time together. They have so many different sizes and varieties of puzzles, there is something for everyone! They have puzzles starting at 10.97 which is very reasonable for something you will always cherish. The customer service they provide will keep you coming back for more! If you want to order a puzzle or just take a look at the many products they have to offer check out www.jigsawpuzzle.com today!





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