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    The last photos I posted were called "A Hard One". The picture was of a tree house. It took my wife quite a bit of concentration and time to assemble it.

    This "easy" one is 272 pieces and, for her, was a relief by comparison. The colors are pretty vivid and the demarcation cut lines between colors are blurred enough to facilitate quick identification. This square-foot puzzle is a great one for a family. Phun!


  • #2
    Carter...What can I say...That's just amazing
    You're so very good at what you do...!!!
    I've been wanting to get into puzzle making...I even have my Ailene's tacky glue and BBply, and I have a bunch of nice greeting cards and some calenders to work with.
    This all will to wait for after the holidays..My bench is full right now...

    Thank you for being such an inspiration...Wow...

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    • #3
      I love have some of my favorite things in the puzzle....a glass of wine, a good book and a piece of fruit.....

      "The Journey is the Reward"


      • #4
        Carter like this one , this would be a great one for of those young one's that just love puzzles....not too easy - but just hard enough.......MB
        Usually busier than a cat in a sandbox !!!!!!!!!!! MB { Dewalt 788 only }


        • #5
          Wonderful puzzle - as usual!!
          DeWalt 788


          • #6
            Another winner!
            Great job Carter.

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            • #7
              Great job, Carter!
              Shawn Ferguson

              Come visit at The Ferguson Puzzle Company !


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