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Thanks so much, Wendy--yes, it would be cool, I agree! :-)))
Pat, this spinner is definitely a winner! And I love roerick's idea. This particular puzzle would be perfect if the shapes/colors could be cut to fit.
Thanks, whatnauts--and you forgot "ahem"! LOL!That is one of the features that other puzzle sites have, roerick--the chance to change the piece shapes. But even those sites wouldn't be able to do it to match the actual design. I do think it would be cool to have it that way--I've seen wooden ones where the pieces were cut to follow the pattern and they are lovely!
I knew this would be fun and it was. But, I was thinking, while I was puzzling, that it would be even more fun if the puzzle pieces could be cut to match the design? All those little sharp edges and slices and different colors. Wow, what a puzzle that would be.
Fun stuff. Kapow! Zowie!
That's the spirit, Ank! :-)))
Doesn't matter what it is, it makes me laugh.
Good for you, Katie-- and Lela couldn't even get it to spin, so he's handled it safely, for a change...! :-)))
Fun and wild design Pat! And I still have all ten fingers and toes.
Just be careful, Mandy--the edges are quite sharp! :-)))
Oh, this looks just perfect for cutting logs!! Thanks Pat :~)
Thanks so much, wilddog!
I'm surprised the zoomer-in-chief didn't see it spinning! I can, and I'm just a junior apprentice zoomer...! Thanks, Lela, and Ardy! :-)))
I've enjoyed solving your puzzle.
Reminds me of a buzz saw, Pat. Great bright colors. Thanks. Mine does move back and forth with the scroll button.
Is this supposed to spin?........'cause mine doesn't!.........