A Creative Idea for a Surprise Vacation - Piczzle
It's still summertime, and there's still time to go on vacation!
But with a twist...
I am super stoked to share Piczzle with you! Piczzle is a puzzle company that has been around for over a decade; and if you haven't heard of them, now you have! It's not just ANY puzzle company. It is a photo puzzle company that lets you personalize with your own photos and messages.
The beautiful thing about this amazing idea is that people have proposed, asked people to be flower girls, and MORE! I'm here today to give you a creative idea for a surprise vacation!
Now, I know it's hard enough to plan a trip somewhere, let alone plan a SURPRISE trip for you and your special someone! While you work out the kinks and the final details for the trip, let's take the "How am I going to deliver the news to them?" off your hands because I just gave you the solution.
There's nothing I love more than a challenge, so a photo puzzle would be right up my alley, especially if I am prompted that there's a special message I need to know about! This is an adorable way to tell someone: "Hey! We're going to the Bahamas!" with a photo of the Bahamas as the puzzle. I'd literally die. In that moment, I would be the happiest girl in the world and just die. Period.
So just imagine you putting a messed up puzzle on the kitchen table, and your love sits at the table curiously piecing together the photo. Then, you hear squeals of joy in the distance! You just made their life! With that being said, I'm sure you all are going to steal this idea now! It's only a matter of time... And when you do, I want to hear stories and see photos (and lots of them)!!
Whether you're secretly planning a vacation, proposing, or just wanting a cute family photo for the kids to piece together, Piczzle has a lot to offer everyone! Not only is this fun and engaging, it's perfect for all ages.
Piczzle currently has a 15% coupon code: SummerFun0717
Valid until August 31.
What do you think about these photo puzzles? What creative ideas would you use them for?