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    I just glued down, sprayed and cut the outlines for these potential puzzles which I will cut into pieces in the next couple of months. I thought that, for the first time, I might post the pictures here to perhaps give you some ideas. All are from calendars from years past.

    Have phun..... Carter
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  • #2
    Carter, Carter you are just out of this world to cut puzzles like that.
    Just amazing cutting them free hand.
    FD Mike
    SD Mike


    • #3
      I can only imagine the madness that Coka-cola will inspire. Great to see the photos precut so we can speculate just where and how Carter will actually cut. Might be nice to see the three versions (Front uncut, cut, back cut).
      Sawdust King

      If there is one thing I can make perfect every time it is sawdust.


      • #4
        all the images are kool...but I really like the coke, would cut each square as an individual puzzle hooked together.....but I know that,s what ur gonna do anyway......can.t wait for the puzzles to arrive sometime in the future...

        "The Journey is the Reward"


        • #5
          Each of those will be nothing but pure adventure. . . . maybe like, 'where no man has gone before!'

          Can't wait. . . . .

          I've Got A Lot More To Learn
          About Leaving Battlegrounds Alone
          "~~ Molly Venter


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