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  • Dee Rogers
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    thanks everyone, Stephen, you should let it inspire you, not make you feel like your back to square one, we are only limited by our imagination when it comes to jigsaw puzzles.
    John, we often have people test puzzles for us, you don't get to keep them but you do get to try them out, let me know if your interested.

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  • Powakee
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    I think . . . . . you should give one away . . . . . like, TO ME, so I can give you an in depth and considered opinion about the quality, the frustration and the ultimate pleasure of putting it together! That's what I think, in addition to thinking, 'what an oustandingly clever idea!'

    John

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  • Max
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    That's cool. Thanks.

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  • DWSudekum
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    Neat idea. Thanks for sharing it with us.

    DW

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  • stephenD
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    Just when I start to get a little confidence in my puzzle making, something like this comes along and I'm back to square -1.

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  • Oges
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    Very interesting and unique

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  • wood-n-things
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    That is quite an interesting concept! Thanks for sharing it with us.

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  • Dee Rogers
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    Sneak Peak

    come check out the sneak peak of "Greeks Bearing Gifts" the first puzzle in the epic hand painted limited edition puzzle set of "The Odyssey" Platinum Puzzles - wooden jigsaw puzzle makers, makers of hand crafted wooden jigsaw puzzles. Brought to you by designer Dee Rogers of Stave Puzzles fame.
    and please let me know what you think.

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