A Personal Personal Puzzle Guarantee

Oct 14, 2013

One of the things that make My Personal Puzzles truly special — beyond your personal puzzle images — is the personal attention they get at our factory.

Meet Agnes Cast.
 

agnes-cast.pngAgnes has been making jigsaw puzzles since 1997. During that time, she’s been involved in the creation of over 100 million puzzles! Agnes takes a great deal of pride in her work; she personally inspects and hand packages each My Personal Puzzle to ensure that 100% of the pieces are in the box. She takes every precaution to be certain each order arrives at your home in the same perfect condition it was in when it shipped.

Missing puzzle pieces are annoying, right up there with spilling coffee on your white shirt at the start of the work day, losing internet service and being stuck in an elevator with a mime. (You just have to trust me on that last one.) Agnes and everyone at My Personal Puzzle are invested in your complete satisfaction with your puzzle. The majority of puzzles are put together without a single human hand touching the process. I don’t know about you, but I haven’t met many machines that care about my happiness with their product. And that’s one of the many things that separates My Personal Puzzle from the rest.

So order a puzzle today and let Agnes and the puzzle pros get busy. And maybe put a lid on that coffee, that’s a nice shirt you’re wearing there.



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Puzzle Quality Tips x

Why am I Getting a Low Quality Score?

When it comes to printing, we need a high quality photo for the best results. The larger the image, the better the results are going to be. If you're uploading a photo we recommend sending us the largest version of the photo you have. Here's some quick tips that may help you.

  • File sizes less than 500k are likely going to be too small of a photo.
  • Try grabbing images directly from your camera, do not re-size them. 
  • For smaller puzzles (like our 16, 100, 250, 500), a great camera setting is 6MP or 3000x2000 pixels
  • For larger puzzles (like our 300, 1000, 1500 piece) a good camera setting would be 10MP or 5000x3600 pixels