Turn your favourite moments into a unique, custom puzzle using the photos of your choice.
Personalised puzzle with photo
Do you just love doing a puzzle, or know someone that does? Have a personalised puzzle made for yourself, your partner or your kids, featuring the photo or even collage of photos of your choice! Great fun to treat yourself with, but also perfect as a gift. YourSurprise offers puzzles with 30, 96, 250, 500, 1000 and 1500 pieces. So will both small photo puzzles and big photo puzzles, there's something for everyone. We even offer a heart-shaped puzzle for the romantic among you, as well as a Mother's Day puzzle and Father's Day puzzle.
Photo jigsaw puzzle featuring your own photo
If you’re looking for an original gift for your friend, mother, wife or even yourself, look no further and have a puzzle personalised with the photo(s) and/or text of your choice. We have several different photo puzzles available, each with a different number of pieces, so there’s one for everyone. Great as a unique gift for any occasion. Create your design in the Editor in no time at all, and YourSurprise will print your puzzle with great care and precision for the best result.
How many pieces?
Did you know that 1000-piece custom puzzles are suitable for ages 12 and over? It’ll keep them busy for a while, that’s for sure! If you wish to make the puzzle a little harder to complete, select a photo with lots of repeated colours or patterns.
How difficult is each puzzle?
There’s no doubt that a 23-piece puzzle will be completed relatively quickly. The more pieces, the more difficult it is to complete the puzzle, right? Well; yes and no. A 500-piece puzzle featuring a difficult photo can be more difficult to complete than a 1000-piece puzzle with a simpler photo. The degree of difficulty really isn’t just dependent on the number of pieces, but also on the chosen image.
How long does it take to complete a 1000-piece puzzle?
How long it will take to complete a 1000-piece puzzle is a little difficult to say. A group of 4 people competing in a competition in 2017 broke a record by completing one in just 1 hour, 29 minutes and 30 seconds!
What is the best way to go about completing a puzzle? Complete the edges first, or sort the pieces by colour? You may think that it would be easier to complete the edges first, but experts say that it’s better to sort by colour first. This allows you to kill two birds with one stone, as you’ll find the edges as you go.