Evil Twins mean false clues
You can say that again. I got a preview copy of the Evil Twins jigsaw puzzle late yesterday and started putting it together. As I planned, it’s full of devious false clues. The photo above is a good example. Same face but he belongs in two different parts of the puzzle. So when I think I’ve found a home for a piece, I’m only right about half the time. Diabolical.
Quality check. The team at Drescher did a superb job. Fine print job. Cut with precision. Pieces on special puzzle-board imported from Holland. Even the box is finely crafted. And there’s a bonus, mystery puzzle in there too.
Shipping date. Kickstarter is still collecting pledges. They’ll keep trying to resolve the nine problematic accounts until Friday. Then they need a week to transfer the funds that we are going to need for postage. So, it looks like we are still on track to ship on December 12.
Surveys. If you haven’t completed your address survey yet, don’t delay. How can you tell? Log on to Kickstarter and there will be a yellow bar at the top of every page reminding you if you have any outstanding surveys for any projects.
Thanks for your amazing support.
PS: If you need any unusual holiday gifts for your unusual friends, leftovers from my previous Kickstarter projects are available here while supplies last. After we ship the Kickstarter rewards, that’s also where folks can order more of the Evil Twins.