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Thank you very much, Barb...and I haven't forgotten to check out your puzzles today. I've been stuck in my email box for the past hour or so.
Wendy, the background colours did indeed help to make it easier to solve the puzzle. Pretty patterns and pretty colours, thanks. :-)
So I should hope !
Yes, Mandy. The mandalas are fun. I played with them before I finally decided to put them in a puzzle. LOL
Fun and colourful mandalas, thanks Wendy :~)
Oh, Edie! I forgot to answer your question. Yes, what everyone calls kaleidoscopes are actually mandalas. It's the kaleidoscope that makes mandalas. But since everyone calls them kaleidoscopes on Jigidi, I do too...although I'm thinking about calling mandalas mandalas for now on. Actually though, my guess is that eventually the dictionary will be changed to reflect the public's 'take.'
Edie, I think it's nice to try all different sizes. That way you can solve all puzzles regardless of the size. When I solved puzzles, the one size I could never ever get the top spot on was the small ones....so of course, they were my least favorite. LOLHi, Ardy. Believe it or not, I thought about you yesterday....and it was a number of times....seriously. I almost emailed you.
Thanks, Wendy. It was nice to have one of yours to do again.
Is that what you call them. My sister was a groupie for a Toronto based band named Mandala back in the 70's. The size wasn't a problem. I guess I'm getting used to the bigger ones.
Ohhh, and made it 81 pieces. Each square has exactly 9 pieces.
LOL! Edie, you guessed it. That's exactly why I put very different and distinct colors behind each mandala.
Thank you for putting a different colour behind each puzzle. I would hate to think what it would have been like with all the same. This was fun, thanks Wendy.