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Why, Josie, that is so sweet! I'm so glad you enjoy them so much! ((Hugs))
I know this is late, but at least I got to it, I just love your orbs, there is something about them, not quite Christmas balls, and not quite planets, but WOW, perhaps it is because most of are dealing in squares. Thank you dear one. Hugs and blessings. xxoo
You are so welcome, dear one. I'm so glad you were able to get your fix, lol!
Thanks for the orb fix good buddy... With the gorgeous, lovely, exciting, spekkie background color, I'm set for the day.... Thanks mucho.... :) :)
Awww - thanks Jill. :)))
You are so welcome, Kirsten! Your purple Kaleido was kaleilicious!!
Orbalicious! Thanks Jill. :)))
Oh Jill...:) ...There are so many great puzzles out there and limited time to solve them. You're very kind ~ I'm delighted, of course, if one of mine catches your eye, but I don't really expect that to happen very often.
...I'm having fun while experimenting with/learning the program and have a looong way before (if ever) I can create something in the same category as yours. So thanks again for creating them.
Thanks, Francine! I'm sorry I haven't commented in a while on your puzzles I think they are exceptionally artistic!
You are so welcome, my dear. I'm so glad you enjoyed the bright on bright, Shirley! .... :-)
It was fun playing with these colours. Thanks Jill.
Beautiful bright background to the equally bright and beautiful orbs, Many Thanks Jill.
Thanks, jignut. I appreciate your comment!
Thank you, Barb. I do hope you'll take some pictures to share with us of this remarkable parade!!
Oh, oddio. wouldn't they look lovely! You've given me an idea.... a tree background at Christmas!
Agreed - they do look like those ornaments one hangs from the Christmas tree. Speaking of which, we have our Santa Claus parade this Sunday, one of the largest in the world and it is the oldest in the world. :-)
Thanks for lovely puzzle, Jill.
Quite nice! Put hooks on them and hang them on the tree!