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I'll try, Rosie, but it's hard to duplicate a LunaPic kaleido, because I can't control the image that much--but I'll do my best! I'm so glad you like it! :-)))
I love it, I love it, I love it!!! So different and fun. More, please. Thanks . Rosie
Thanks so much, Cadence! A compliment from someone who makes such wonderful puzzles as you do means a lot to me! :-)))
So cool!!! Great concentric pattern and amazing colors! Thanks for posting : )
Thanks so much, Lela, Mandy, Ardy, whatnauts, Katie, and Jan--I used the Ooops! swirl itself (on LunaPic) to fill in a couple of the rings on the original, and the blackish-blue from the background took out parts of the rings, which gave it that cutout look. I had to laugh when I saw the kaleido that resulted! When I turned it sideways, it looked like a google-eyed alien, so I left it in its deviled egg configuration! :-)))
How wonderfully wacky this was! I adored it, Pat. It just buzzed along in a totally crazy way. Thanks for a very different and colorful puzzle!! (and right now there are 7 stars!)2:01
Yummy! And such a great way to use some of those hard boiled colored eggs at Easter! Thanks for the fun Pat.
These deviled eggs look delicious. Thanks, PD.
I love Deviled eggs. I never make them. Doesn't seem worth the effort for just one. Thanks, Pat. Nice addition to lunch.
Oh, yes please... and on such a pretty plate. Thanks Pat :~)
My mother made scrumptious ones, but I don't make them myself. Still, I'll never refuse one if offered! Thanks, Edie!
Not a fan of deviled eggs but sure enjoyed this little dish. thanks