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Ha ha, Robbos...good advice and much appreciated!Pkin, it sure brings back memories for me, too!Mimi, thank you very much.Ank, got it!!
Very nice, Laura in the left, a bit to the middle there is a white piece and it has to go to down under, above the blond horse in that free corner. Do you see?lol. Right make a photo and please 15 or 20 pieces is enough.
Wonderful looking puzzle Laura. I do about 1 a year too!
OH my LJ I haven't seen a puzzle laid out like this since my mother passed. She always had one ready to add pieces when you walked in the door.... She loved her jigsaw puzzles..... Thanks for the memories ....Hugs Pat
Stop talking about and just do it, LJ.
All that's left to do on this puzzle is the snow and some trees. I have bogged down because it has become tedious.
Photogent: you mean the one on the corn flake box? And, you don't look like you are blond!
I do a puzzle about this time every year. I don't normally do them because I am too busy...and don't like the table taken over by it. Thanks for commenting PG, Morris and Robyn.
No instructions to follow pg??? That's your problem :)))Nice one Laura - thanks.
How fun, good for you, laura!
I tried to make one out of the box but I could never get them to look like the chicken on the cover of the box. Never did figure out what a puzzle was doing in the food store.
Okay, pumpkin...a picture it is.
Good idea, lyndee! It's 1,000 pieces. Oh, it doesn't go that high on Jigidi.
Looks like more than 50 pieces to me,I agree with Lyndee...a picture when done!
That looks like a really fun puzzle Laurajane. Take a picture of it when you are done so the rest of us can solve it on jigidi.
very good jane