Turn your kid’s drawings turned into puzzles!

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When thinking about presents for kids this Christmas, your mind is undoubtedly drawn to lots of bright, flashing plastic that lines the shelves in all the toy shops. But, hear us out, wooden toys are making a comeback this Christmas!

We’ve teamed up with the puzzle experts, Ravensburger, to bring you our best jigsaw yet – complete with handy metal tin to make sure you don’t lose that all important corner piece.

What better surprise on Christmas morning than your little one opening up a gift that’s been created just for them, featuring their very favourite drawing !

To create a Photobox jigsaw featuring a drawing from your little artist, all you’ll need to do is find a colourful drawing and either scan it, or take a hi-resolution photo of it, which will then need to be turned into a .jpeg file. Once you’ve done this, all you’ll need to do is upload it to your Photobox account and select the jigsaw size you’d like.

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Our jigsaws are available in 4 different sizes, from 49 pieces to 500 pieces. This means that you can choose the size that will best suit your child’s age. You could always order an extra one to give to the Grandparents, who are bound to love a special gift featuring their grandchild’s drawing!

Create your jigsaw here

 

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