The Votes Are In: You Love Your Custom Puzzles!

Jan 07, 2014

As we get ready to enter Awards Season (People’s Choice, Golden Globes, Grammy Awards and Academy Awards, to name a few), we thought it would only be right to announce the winner of last year’s Most Popular Online Custom Puzzles Site . . . drumroll, please! And the winner is . . .


If we were going to write an acceptance speech, we would thank our wonderful My Personal Puzzle customers, the best customers in the world! And our mom, of course.

Ok. So there wasn’t an award for this, but after reading all the glowing emails and testimonials received from our banner holiday sales, it feels like we won something . . . something much better than statues or primetime television coverage (although that might not be bad!). It looks like we won the hearts of dozens (we suspect hundreds) of people, and the loyalty of a growing customer base.

If you haven’t yet ordered a My Personal Puzzle, order one today and see what all the buzz is about. The accolades go on and on: the quality of our puzzles, the uniqueness, the beautiful customized box, the high quality photo reproduction, the joy of the giver and the receiver, and most of all, time spent together around a table building the puzzle. But don’t take our word for it: read for yourself.

Our puzzles come in 16, 100, 250, 300, 500, 1000 and 1500 piece varieties. The benefits of working a jigsaw puzzle are proven: they are great for child development, wonderful for the elderly, and good brain food for all of us in between. So gather up a favorite holiday photo — or any favorite photo — and get ready to be a red-carpet worthy gift giver. Keeping it for yourself is ok, too.


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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