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Thanks so much, Kirsten. The "crispness maker" was one of the destroyed effects! Sadly, I am not achieving the same effect with the other program.Thank you so very much for your sweet compliments! :D
SO MUCH to love there, Jan. Lovely pattern, and sublime colours. I've come to expect nothing else from you, my dear. But underlying all of that is the crispness you put into your work. No fuzzy lines for you!! I love it. And it makes such a difference, and really adds to the enjoyment. Thanks so much for all that you do. :)))
Hanne, I recently read a "scientific" study that purported to have proven that many snowflakes are the same! I prefer to believe that they are all unique! I am really curious as to how someone proved that anyway....the process seems difficult!
I just came back after looking at the larger puzzle to discover it has more snowflakes than this one. I'll tuck that thought away for later.
I almost went to the smaller one because I don't want to encourage any snow to stick but then I thought that if the snowflakes are this pretty it would be awesome. (Why two 81 piece ones? - or is the message on the larger one incorrect?) My time wasn't very good but I was watching the snow fall. At least that's my excuse. Thanks, Jan. This is delightful.
Except that they are not black but white, they are absolutely perfect. But Jan, there aren't two snowflakes that are the same!!!! They are all different - isn't it a wild thought?? Thanks so very much!!!
Thanks so much, Barb! It's nice to try a variety of things - - as you know! I am so glad you enjoy them!!Let's hope the snow remains just a dusting! :D
Jan, I really do love this new style of yours. The vibrant colours and the simple, elegant pattern make for a great puzzle, thanks! :-)By the way, we got a dusting of snow overnight which makes this puzzle very apropos. LOL