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StudyBreak, I think that is terrific. What is your major? It's never too late to get a degree, but so few people give it a chance after their lives get complicated. Let me know when you graduate, so we can celebrate. That is absolutely wonderful. I have most of my puzzles posted under HeyJudeNM, if you want to take a look. I've been learning a lot with my draw program, so I feel like I'm in school too. Unfortunately I must be both student and teacher. I just started 4 months ago, so it's been a real roller coaster ride. Glad I'm not being graded!! I bet your GPA is high, huh?Keep up the good work, and remember to take the all important study breaks. Hang out with us on Jigidi!
Yes, I am a student. I'm almost 55 and hopefully this will be my last semester for my Bachelor's. Better late than never, I guess. I love the colors in this puzzle!
Kirsten, I kind it wonderful that you are accompanying me one the learning journey. Thanks. It's so much nicer with company! Glad you like the puzz. I do too, so that excites me. I don't always like my work, but this one, yes.
StudyBreak, thanks so much for your nice comment. Are you a student?
This is gorgeous Judy!! I love going on this learning journey with you! Thanks so much. :)))
Mandy, we must take care of what e-nature provides, although I don't believe they will become extinct before we do!
How ingenious Judy, a hidden watering system, it will keep your e-flowers fresh and beautiful for a long time, very well done :~)
Judy - you're right, some of us really need e-flowers in the winter months.PJ
Oh, dear PJ, you always brighten my day. I am so very glad you like even the craziest of my creations, so thanks again and again and again. I love flowers and thought these kaleidos would e=help those of us without the real ones in view. We don't all live in Oz, Florida, etc.
Judy - you're marvelous. It was so enjoyable and such a delightfully fun design.PJ
Mandy and Francine. I have a bunch of kaleidos that said they had the option of having no background but always imported with white instead, and that was very limiting. Today I found out how easy it was to rid myself of it. With the newly learned shadow effect, I'm having tons of fun! Glad you both really liked it.Mandy, I always take care of my virtual flowers. Below the frame and out of sight is a wonderful watering system. :-)) Glad for your concern that they have all they need.Francine, it was great fun once I saw the backgrounds easily and handily disappear. I'm starting to think I'm not too old to learn new tricks, and my draw program is my friend now. It's beginning to cooperate. :-)) How are you?
This is great Judy. It was a fun solve and I know you had a ball creating this. Thanks. (3:25)
Wow - Judy - these are amazing. That shadow effect is magnificent... the flowers are delightful too... and you've provided them with sunshine!! What more could they need???