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Ladywil - glad you liked it. I use Lunapic / Tuxpi and then Powerpoint for composition, and final layering.PJ
PJ..this was funny..the little owl in the middle. I presume that is another layer (which I have not found out how to do..one day)/ Pretty colors.Thanks
Wendy - thank you. I'm very happy you liked the puzzle and the color combinations. You remember the fun 'Worthy wordy wheelbarrow' - redesign is in again, I think.PJ
PJ, the colors of the kaleidoscope go perfectly with the owl. Very nice!
Thank you Jan - so glad you liked it. I agree with you on the reading matter - but the little cute owl inspired the title...PJ
Let's not let the owl have ALL the fun. What a great puzzle. Very, very cute. Thanks so much, PJ!3:54
Thank you Mandy - delighted you like it. There is a lot of fun and wisdom in WtP. My little owl seems to be 'wheeling wise words'....PJ
PJ, this is lovely, your owl is clearly having a wheely good time!!! I love WtP books too - and my oldest daughter used to collect anything with Pooh or Tigger on...
Thank you Katie, for your nice compliment. So glad you enjoyed it.PJ
Barb - so interesting. I agree, much of the content is abosolutely fine and useful for adults too.A pity they exist in the 'child's department' :-)PJ
I love all the elements you combined to create a really fun puzzle. Thanks PJ!
Guess what, PJ? I love Winnie the Pooh .... I have the books of stories and every once in awhile, I reread them. They're not just for kids. :-)))
Barb - thank you. Glad you liket it - we need some 'cuteness' in between....PJ
Thank you - twoclubs, what a fun suggestion. My owl would sure like som company and your two are soooo cute. Mine likes to read Winne the Pooh stories - what do yours read?PJ
This is such a cute puzzle, PJ! :-)
My owls are very good at reading!! Can they play together some day?