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Now why didn't I think of that, whatnauts? ;-)
Mandy, I noticed that in the thumbnail, the yellow 'buds' on the outside look rather strange. That's my main guess. But I can think of at least 4 other reasons why it didn't get that many solves....or at least plausible reasons.
I really don't understand why this one is so slow with its solves... I'd say its got all the right ingredients!!!
Tuesday's flower is bright and cheery. Cover the windows and you'll never know it;s snowing :)
Jeepers, Mandy. I'd make more like this but it's not faring well in the solve department.
Thank you, PJ!
Mandy again- you have to pay extra for the spoon.
However, I think this looks like a summer trifle... with pieces of apple, pear, melon, and pineapple stuck all round the edges of the bowl... Wendy can I have a spoon, please???
Cute and wonderful Wendy
Wendy, Katy already said it, but the layered effect of the petals is amazing!!!and the colours are gorgeous, they're brightening up my room as I type!!! Thanks :~)
Ardy, we have SNOW! I should check out the weather forecast to see if you're going to get some too. It's good to know that your day is better now. :-)
This has really helped make a rainy, chilly Tuesday much better. Thanks, Wendy.
Katie, I hope PJ sees what she can do to qualify for membership. I'll bet she'll be delighted to join....and make some orange puzzles. I don't remember her ever making one with lots of orange, but I'm sure she'll love doing it since she's having a lot of fun experimenting.
Wendy, this is fabulous! I love the layered look of the outer petals. And of course it's another great flower for the OFC! Thanks for explaining the color club to PJ. The current special on membership: create puzzles with orange in them or simply make a comment stating your enjoyment of orange! Be happy....