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Individualised aerial photo jigsaw puzzles

Individualised aerial photo jigsaw puzzles - Make a statement this Christmas by buying your loved one something out of the ordinary. Get away from the same-old clichéd presents of socks for dad, bath salts for grandma or the Nintendo Wii for the kids.

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Press release: Unique Last Minute Christmas Gift Idea: Individualised aerial photo jigsaw puzzles

This Christmas how about getting them their own personalised jigsaw?

Have hours of fun with the whole family as you try to piece together your unique jigsaw with spectacular aerial photos of anywhere in the UK. Whether it’s an aerial view of your favourite sporting venue, the street you live on or a treasured location you once holidayed at, Getmapping can provide unique jigsaw puzzles for you.

There’s a selection of three different aerial photo jigsaw sizes: a 315 piece jigsaw for starters, 550 piece for the braver and the mind boggling 750 piece jigsaw, with prices starting at just under £30.

These fantastic jigsaws are fiendishly difficult to put together but a lot of fun as you fit the pieces one by one, creating the neighbourhood you live in, the place you love or the aerial image of your favourite location.

And buying your own personalised jigsaw couldn’t be simpler. Go to www.getmapping.com and click on the ‘Home and Gifts’ section. Then decide which area you’d like the image to be of in England, Scotland and Wales, select whether you’d like it landscape, portrait or square (for the 550 piece jigsaw) and you’re away.

The personalised jigsaws come in full colour, printed on 2mm thick puzzle board and in a choice of three sizes. Either go for the 315 piece jigsaw which measures 40cm by 30cm, 550 piece which measures 42cm by 42cm (only available in a square version) and the large brain taxing 750 piece jigsaw which stretches out to 56cm by 42cm.

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RipleyExile 11 1.6k 17 England
22 Nov 2006 3:26PM
I can just imagine the kids response if you got them a jigsaw instead of the latest gaming console. Smile

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jazzygf 11 537 Scotland
22 Nov 2006 5:34PM
LOL yes. What do you mean it does not need batteries?

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