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    I cut this today for my friend, Brian, as a Christmas gift. He loves turtles. Last year I made him the turtle teaser puzzle from the SSWC Spring 2011 Issue 42. Made from an 8X10 glossy photo, glued to 5 1/4 inch birch plywood, coated with three coats of Mod Podge, cut using a no. 3 puzzle blade, 87 pieces.
    Thanks for looking and for any comments or suggestions.
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  • #2
    nice job and good image...

    bob
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    • #3
      Nice work, must have plenty of patience for that sort of cutting.
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      • #4
        Wonderful job Bubba. Isn't puzzle cutting addictive?

        george
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        • #5
          "That's like so awesome, Dude! I totally dig it. Puzzle cutting is, like, amazingly bodacious!"


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