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  • marshall
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    An amazing job Carter , your work is still very eye catching .........your not getting older - just better ......

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  • Bob Coltharp
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    Another hit. Let us know whether your wife agrees. She seems to work your puzzles in record times.
    Bob

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  • Powakee
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    Wow Carter! You put the moves on that one!

    That ol' cabin's probably wondering how it's still standing!

    I love it!

    John

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  • Sally
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    Wonderful puzzle, as usual!!

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  • avapilot
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    now that is something that i would love to have and sneak away into....the perfect studio.......great job and i can see why that would be a difficult puzzle....

    bob

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  • eileen
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    As usual, an awesome job. I love the image and of course the cuts look first rate!
    I'm so jealous that you are done cutting your Christmas puzzles - I've finished about 30 and am about 1/2 way through. I will need to begin cutting earlier in the year next year...

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  • iohonnes
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    That's a great puzzle image, with lots of shadow and light, variations ofgreen, and different textures.

    John

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  • wood-n-things
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    That does look challenging.

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  • Carter-Johnson
    started a topic A Hard One.....

    A Hard One.....

    Here's The Treehouse. It's probably the hardest to assemble puzzle I've cut in a couple of years. I say this before my wife has tackled it, based just on putting together 30 or so pieces as I cut them.

    It's 5-ply, 1/4" poplar, 10.5 x 14" and probably just over 300 pieces. It came from a calendar sold at a local arboretum and there are a few other pictures that, should this one be well-received, I'll try in the future.

    Have phun..... Carter



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