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Laurajame, I think you are right!!!! :)))
These look like the tops ends of colored pencils. Loved this one!
Art4sight - good grief - I never even thought of it!! LOL!
PH - you've got a good head, that's for sure!
Buy 2 bags PG...then you can eat one and create with the other.
Good puzzle, tater.
Wow! Hexagonal orbs! Great fun! Thanks, Carol. ....... :-)
Oh PG, you always manage to get your way!
But I hate to tell you that one needs SEVEN remaining ones to achieve the proper fit on the inside - and then that leaves the outer edges still round. So there! :)
YES! BUT if you eat all but two then the fitting part is kept to a minimum and the happiness part is kept to a maximum. I kind of like my way a little better and I bet I get more people to do it that way.
Well, there is THAT!
But I can tell you the first part of the secret, and it can be the hardest. That is, one must not eat them at the outset - or during the process - because that can seriously diminish or eliminate the very possibility of the finished project. :)
I know, if you told me you would have to kill me. Might not be a bad trade in the long run.
Secrets of the trade, PG. :)
OK How did you get the edges of those M&M's to fit like that spuds?
This little beauty caught my eye right away ~ Thank you kindly Carol dearest !
That was way good fun... Bright, colorful, and big pieces... Thanks so much dearest sweet potato..... :) :)