The picture was so easy to upload. It really uploaded fast. They have cardboard and wooden puzzle options. You can choose the amount of pieces to. I got a 308 piece puzzle *Value $32.95. Priority shipping is $6.95. That may seem like a lot, but they double box the puzzle to ensure it's safe. They shipped it out much faster than I expected.
As soon as the boys saw the box they of course asked, "What's in that?" When I told them they wanted to put the puzzle together right away. I kept putting it off because it was dark. Not a great time to take photos. No worries they got to put it together the next day.
I chose to upload to their site a holiday card from two years ago. It has a Christmas train that I knew the boys would love. They must have forgotten about that card. Isaak said when he was putting the puzzle together, "Mom where was this photo taken?" I said, "In our backyard son." He said, "But we don't have train tracks in our backyard." I said, "There's this thing on Mom's computer called Photoshop..."
The cardboard puzzle has 308 pieces. That didn't seem like a lot when I read that number online. For some reason it took us most of the afternoon to put it together. When we got to solid pieces many of them fit within the holes made. Then we got the next piece in, and realized it wasn't the right piece.
Isaak and I put most of it together. Mr. Mica man had a date day with Aunt Angela. Once I got Isaak rolling on a certain part of the puzzle he was determined. I had to initiate it though. Mica's always been into putting puzzles together, so I know he'll love doing it!
Mica got home and the boys fought over who put the pieces in.
Here is the end result:
My biggest fear is that we'd get the puzzle all together and have a missing piece. Luckily that did not happen! All the pieces were intact. The image seems like it will stay on there for a long time.
Isaak did a little review of his own:
Overall I'm really happy with the puzzle. It was everything I hoped it would be. Piczzle really does a great job with their photo puzzles.
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