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    Here are two recently-finished puzzles that are great for color-line cutting for different reasons.

    The first, Sunrise Orchards, is rich in intricate little nooks and crannies for color-line cutting.

    The second, Fishing Paradise, has fewer color line but gas distinct color demarkations that are great for cutting out and cutting intricate deisign within them.

    Enjoy------Carter
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  • #2
    Great puzzles, Carter!
    Shawn Ferguson

    Come visit at The Ferguson Puzzle Company !

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    • #3
      Outstanding as always Carter.
      "Still Montana Mike"

      "Don't worry about old age--it doesn't last that long."
      Mike's Wood-n-Things LLC

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      • #4
        i agree with shawn they are both great puzzles...altho sunrise orchards is my fav.....i really like the detail of the image and how you cut the puzzle.....have a happy 4th!!!
        bob
        Last edited by avapilot; 07-07-2014, 06:42 AM.
        "The Journey is the Reward"

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        • #5
          as always great work
          If someone has great passion for what they do, it is not considered work

          Jeff Robinson
          Panama City Fl.
          Cutting with EX-21

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          • #6
            Thanks again for sharing your stunning puzzles.
            Where do you puzzle guys get your pictures?

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            • #7
              Mainly from calendars, bought after the first of the year when they go on sale (except once in awhile, when one hits me before Christmas).

              Carter

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              • #8
                Are your puzzles still on 1/4" popular? I've tried to buy some but without success.

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                • #9
                  Yes....I occasionally use 1/4 inch oak, but poplar is my first choice. I get it at Wildwood Designs in Wisconsin. Look 'em up and good luck.

                  Carter

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