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Thanks BillieR - I used a different programme to make the original for this, which would explain why the colours are a bit different from my usual ones!!Thanks Kirsten - I used a grid of tiny coloured squares in the kaleidoscope... hence the resemblance to the Hama beads :~)Thanks Magda - I'm glad you enjoyed it :~))
That is very delicate. Thanks Mandy.
It's an intrigue, Mandy. Lovely, bright colours - but slightly Aztec-like designs. And like Mariasha, I see those melty beads. Thanks very much for the fun, in the small size. :)))
Loved the colors you used and the variation were very good.
Thanks Edie, I'm delighted you enjoyed the circles.Mariasha, I think you must mean Hama beads... I used to work at a kids club and it was all they wanted to do on some days.... the mess on the floor when they finished took a while to clear... and I used to have to search through big bowls of beads looking for particular colours for them!! I loved it!! I can see exactly why this puzzle would remind you of those beads!!
When my daughter was little, there were these little beads that you made into designs, and then ironed them, and they fused together and made little trivets and things...that's what these reminded me of. Thanks for the fun.
Love your starry circles in beautiful Easter colours. Thanks Mandy