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Glad you liked it, Ardy!
A fun solve. Thanks, Pat.
Thanks, Barb, Mandy, and Katie! I think "magic" is a good explanation, because there certainly isn't any rhyme or reason for the way the colors change! I never know what I'm going to get, and lots of times it's terrible, but sometimes it is good. :-)))
Simple answer: it's magic!
These are really lovely colours Pat, I don't know how it works, but it sure does good, thanks :~)
I've tried embossing some of my puzzles but haven't really come up with anything worth posting but yours came out well, even changing the colours totally. So interesting what some of these programs will do. Thanks for another fun solve, Pat. :-)3:55
Thanks, Katie! That's another reason I decided to post all the versions at the same time, to show how unexpected the changes can be! You saw the original, so where did the gold, brown, white, and green come from? It didn't change ALL the blues to other colors, so why the ones it did do?! :-)))
I love these colors together Pat - lots of good earth and sky tones! The embosser really changed some of the original a lot. Very cool! Thanks!
Thanks, Aishahm! But better not do them all in a row, or you'll really be feeling "blue"!!! :-))) and with this one, a bit green around the gills, too! LOL!
And I won't ask since you already said you would do this one too.
Oh Pat, you have made my morning with all these wonderful grids. I will be eagerly waiting tomorrow's puzzles.