Orange Photo Birthday
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Want to share your birthday news with family and friends, or invite them to your birthday party? You should take a look at this personalized birthday invitation puzzle. Measure 5 x 7 inches when complete and includes 12 pieces, you can easily turn your photos and message into a puzzle invitation using our online editing tools. Simply upload your picture, drag and drop images on to the pre-designed puzzle invite template, and use our editing tools to modify the picture. You can even add custom message to the puzzle. View an instant full color preview of your personalized birthday invitations to make sure everything is in place before placing order. Each custom invitation puzzle comes unassembled and sealed in clear plastic bags. A separated free envelope for each puzzle is provided. Photo puzzles invitation work great as birthday announcements, milestone birthday invitations and surprise birthday party invitations.
- Rectangular-shaped jigsaw puzzle made up of 12 pieces made from cardboard with lamination with a glossy finish in size 5'' x 7'' (128mm x 178mm)
- Puzzle piece thickness: 2mm
- Sold individually, includes an envelope
- Envelope measures 5.25" x 7.25"
- 1-8 sets: Puzzle is assembled and shrinkwrapped
- 9+ sets: Unassembled puzzle pieces are placed in a clear plastic bag
"I wanted a simple design for a Valentine's puzzle for my husband. It was great because I could personalize it the way I wanted it. I even needed to change a font color and was able to do that through email after I submitted my order. It was easy and they were very quick to respond with the change. They provided an image so I could see what it would like. They communicate throughout the process, and that always makes me feel better when I am updated with my purchases and orders. "
Anonymous, USA February 11, 2015