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  • Scrolling Days
    started a topic Conquering A Fear!

    Conquering A Fear!

    I recently finished this jigsaw puzzle for a boy who has had an apprehension with riding a bicycle. He finally conquered his fear this spring and this is a little something to celebrate with.

    This puzzle is about 9" x 11" and has about 100 pieces. It features elevated figurals...
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  • My Book Box (with a "dash" of Rothman)

    Here is my version of the Book Box which was initially featured in SSW&C, Holiday 2013, Issue 53. The original design is by Kim Braa, and as soon as I saw it in the magazine, I instantly bookmarked it (haha) as a future project. After "shelving" the work (haha again) for awhile, I finally...
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    Last edited by Scrolling Days; 04-06-2015, 09:32 AM.

  • "Remembering Those Important" Multilayered Jigsaw Puzzle

    I came across this artwork in a store last year, and I purchased it right away. I loved the scene of Santa, stopping in the winter woods to offer the animals apples from his big bag. After removing it from the frame, I mounted the picture which was fairly large at about 16" x 20" onto Mahogany...
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  • Scrolling Days
    started a topic Science Fair 2015

    Science Fair 2015

    So, my son Jeremy needed an idea for his 6th grade science fair, and being an avid puzzle enthusiast like his ol' dad, he decided to do a jigsaw puzzle experiment this year.

    His hypothesis was that the image on a jigsaw puzzle would affect it's assembly time, and more specifically, he...
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    started a topic "O Come, Let Us Adore Him"

    "O Come, Let Us Adore Him"

    I thought I would share how the natural design on something like a Christmas card can be used, on occasion, in designing a tray style jigsaw puzzle.

    With most of the other cards I have recently shared, the border on the tray was created with my own design by covering the wood with a theme...
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  • A few fun Christmas Multilevel Tray Puzzles

    One of my favorite things to do during the Holidays is to cut small jigsaw puzzles from Christmas cards. It really helps to get me into the mood. I have found over the years that snowflakes seem to inevitably land on these designs.

    Similar to my Rapunzel puzzle I posted recently,...
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  • "Rapunzel's Tower" Multilayered Tray Style Jigsaw Puzzle

    I'm sorry I have not had the time to share many of my puzzles on the forum the past several months, as I've been busy, busy, busy....

    I thought I would share a newer type of puzzle I am designing which incorporates my multidimensional puzzles into a tray style concept. I hope you like...
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  • Tutorial/Work in Progress: Cutting Multilayered Jigsaw Puzzles From a Single Image

    I thought that I would put together a step by step tutorial for the second technique I use for my multilevel designs, and share it here for the forum members.

    I often get a number of questions about how I go about making one of these designs, and it is not always easy to explain. As...
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  • Scrolling Days
    started a topic "Dylan's Forest Kingdom"

    "Dylan's Forest Kingdom"

    I just finished cutting this jigsaw puzzle tonight, and it was made as a surprise for a nice little 6 year old boy, and very big puzzle enthusiast, who is the son of a friend.

    The puzzle was cut from 1/4" mahogany ply, and is 12" x 12" in size. It has about 180 pieces,...
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  • "Butterfly Garden" Multilevel Jigsaw Puzzle

    "Butterfly Garden" is one of my multilevel puzzles which was just completed tonight. It has 6 individual layers of thickness, and is about 5" x 7" in size. There are about 35 pieces, which were cut from cherry ply. The original picture is from a greeting card I purchased.
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  • Scrolling Days
    started a topic "Elizabeth's Magical Snow Globe"

    "Elizabeth's Magical Snow Globe"

    When I designed my first "Snow Globe Puzzle," I decided not to share this particular one on the forum, largely because it was emotional to me and I wanted to keep it personal. Over a year later, however, as I'm working on the (long overdue) updating of my website, I came across some pictures...
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    Last edited by Scrolling Days; 01-12-2014, 12:27 AM.

  • Scrolling Days
    started a topic "Ringing in the Holidays"

    "Ringing in the Holidays"

    I have to say that cutting all of these multilevel Christmas card puzzles has helped to put me in the "Holiday mood" this season.

    In this small puzzle, which is about 5" x 7", a young child dressed for the weather rings a doorbell with a few cheerful presents in...
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  • Scrolling Days
    started a topic "Holiday Tidings" Jigsaw Puzzle

    "Holiday Tidings" Jigsaw Puzzle

    Here is another multilayered holiday puzzle I cut a few days ago. Similar to "Peace," this one has four unique levels of thickness, and has approximately 40 pieces. It was cut from mahogany plywood. The picture is from a nice holiday card I purchased, and measures about 5" x 7"...
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  • "Dragon Lessons" Mulitlayered Jigsaw Puzzle

    I thought I would share with all of you one of my most recent multileveled designs......and definitely one of the most challenging ones I've cut thus far!

    "Dragon Lessons" was cut from 1/4" Mahagony Purebond plywood, and consists of 7 various levels of thicknesses. When...
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    Last edited by Scrolling Days; 09-12-2013, 07:33 AM.

  • Scrolling Days
    started a topic "It Takes A Village" Jigsaw Puzzle

    "It Takes A Village" Jigsaw Puzzle

    "It Takes A Village" is a puzzle I made for a local school, and it will be auctioned off this weekend at a Gift Gala. The name of the puzzle is reflective of the theme of the gala, and of the school motto itself, in that it takes the support of a community, to raise a child.

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