I know what you’re thinking. That’s one easy jigsaw puzzle. But let’s get beyond the practical. What do these images say? They say that you are one in a million. You stand out from the crowd. You are not afraid of flaunting your own special uniqueness.
You are your own special creation.
Each special image above is a link that leads off to a PowerPoint template that uses that background; click on it and it will actually open up in PowerPoint. You can then save it to your computer for future use. Or you can right click on the image and choose “save as” to save it to your hard drive. Don’t be shy – download them all!
You can’t republish them on any other site, or sell them. That’s the only thing. But you can amend them and use them in your own special presentations to other special individuals.
Stay tuned for more jigsaw related backgrounds. We know you love ’em. Our designers certainly do.
Boy, we loved making these jigsaw PowerPoint backgrounds and we love even more the way they turned out. They’re so… shiny! Admittedly, this would not be a very challenging jigsaw puzzle, but, hey, it looks good.
As you can see, we were aiming for a contrast between the levitating jigsaw puzzle piece and the other pieces. Our favourite ones are the orange ones. I don’t know whether you noticed, but some, maybe half of them have got a little glow about them. I think glows are OK in moderation, but they can be overdone.
If, for some weird reason, you could only download one PowerPoint background (for example, If there is a vengeful and omniscient God who caught you eating your brother’s share of cookies as well as your own, s/he might like to punish you by limiting the number of downloads you may take), we recommend you download the very last one. It’s shiny, it’s got orange in it, it’s reflective, and it’s got a shed load of “depth of field” on it. You can’t go wrong with that one. But this is assuming that your vengeful God doesn’t force you to download one of the “lesser” backgrounds, if s/he equates that deluxe last background with three of the less inspiring ones. Maybe you could negotiate some kind of credit.
Where were we? Oh yes, right click on an image above and select the option to save the destination (the PowerPoint template) to your computer. Once downloaded, you can then open it up in PowerPoint and make your amendments.