White 3 Collage 12x16.5
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Show how much you care for your loved ones with a gift that is specially made such as this custom print three collage puzzle create out of your favorite pictures and personal message. To get started, select a color for your collage jigsaw border that matches your styles, you can then use our online editing tools to insert your uploaded images and add text to the template. Before placing order, you can see a full color review your personalization. If you want to surprise your loved one, simply select a plain gift box or you can select a personalized gift box printed with your designed on the lid. Cheap photo puzzles work great as holiday gifts and reuion party favors for family members.
- Rectangular-shaped jigsaw puzzle made up of 285, 54 or 24 pieces made from cardboard with lamination with a glossy finish in size 16.5'' x 12'' (418mm x 310mm)
- Unassembled puzzle pieces are placed in a standard gift box or a personalized gift box (at no extra charge) printed with your photo and design on lid.
- For 285 pieces puzzle, standard or personalized box with size 5" x 7" x 1.5" (130mm x 175mm x 37mm)
- For 54 and 24 pieces, standard or personalized box with size 8.5" x 5" x 1.5" (215mm x 130mm x 42mm)
- For 54 pieces, 54 large pieces with piece size 2 inch (50mm) and thickness of 0.125 inch (3mm) are perfect for little hands and extremely durable
- For 285 and 54 pieces, we use thick puzzle cardboard (1.9mm).
"We got playing cards to promote a summer camp. They were a big hit. We made up a huge set of ""Why I can't go to camp"" reasons with funny pictures and printed up flyers. We got these cards, with the funny picture on one side and contact and schedule information on the other. We gave them away to remind people about the activity. The poker-size cards are a close match to US letter paper, so we had to do very little reformatting. (Poker size is a perfect match for A4 paper.)"
Glenn Trewitt, California USA March 31, 2015