It’s Ugly Christmas Sweater Time!

Nov 20, 2013

Ugly Christmas Sweater parties have been all the rage the last few years. Sweaters that were once treasures, then trash, are now highly sought after. If you are “lucky” enough to still own one of these gems, here’s an idea bright enough to light a battery-operated cardigan: why not take a picture of you and your Ugly Christmas Sweater gang and turn it into apersonalized photo puzzle!

Dave-Sweater.jpgLong after Facebook posts have traveled down the timeline and Instagram pics have been pushed aside for the latest snaps, a custom photo jigsaw puzzle lasts and lasts. My Personal Puzzle creates your one-of-a-kind puzzle on high-quality, durable cardboard with a linen finish. Your Ugly Christmas Sweater jigsaw puzzle stands a much better chance of becoming an heirloom than your sweater does. That’s probably a good thing.

To sweeten the deal, now through Christmas shipping is absolutely free on orders of $75 or more. Your sweater may be ugly, but those savings are pretty nice. Purchase a framed half-cut of the puzzle and before you know it, your Ugly Christmas Sweater picture is hanging on the wall. Sweet!

So don ye now that gay apparel, take some fun photos, and turn them into a gift that is sure to bring a smile to even the biggest Scrooge in the room. Say bah humbug! to run-of-the-mill gifts this year. No matter which photo you choose, you can’t go wrong with a My Personal Puzzle. Wish we could say the same about that sweater, Dave.


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