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    Hey there, it's been a while. So I've started doing some freehand jigsaw puzzles and thought I'd post one of em here for everybody. This one has big pieces because it's going in the family cabin and I want it to be kid-friendly. Lately I've been making a tray for all my puzzles too. Makes it easier to store assembled and gives it a nice little frame. Thanks for all the helpful posts that have gotten me started!



  • #2
    Nice puzzle, weasel. I see lots of places for color-line cutting of cowboys and horses next time you give a similar western picture a try.

    A suggestion on the photo. If your digital camera has a setting for no-flash, try it with the puzzle on the floor in a place that does not have direct sunlight. Then when you load the picture into your computer you can use your photo program to adjust the brightness, and contrast. That way you won't have the reflecting lights you now have. Just an idea.

    Keep it up....



    • #3
      Nice job on your puzzle.
      "Still Montana Mike"

      "Don't worry about old age--it doesn't last that long."
      Mike's Wood-n-Things LLC


      • #4
        great job on the puzzle.....

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