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Pink Poppies by Pinkie

Started by Pat, July 11, 2003, 08:05:33 PM

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Just click on this link and enjoy the puzzle...

Pink Poppies

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Pat and Pinkie.  Beautiful picture and great jig saw.  I got it done!

Jeanne Lee

Me too, Judy.  Did you use the original pieces or change to easier shapes?  It's so pretty when it's done!  ;D
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I confess I changed the pieces to be easier.  I do love the picture though.


I did it too...but not with the original shapes...that would be horrendous!  12 pieces!  wuss - that's me!
Hilsen fra Nancy Pedersen
If the Son sets you free, you will be free indeed. John 8:36

Jeanne Lee

Aw, you chickens!  No challenge when you do that.  I stayed with the original pieces.   ;D
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Etta Sue

Jig-zone caused me problems on the old pc.  The dragging would get sluggish and then it made an arching noise and my screen would go black.  But with the new pc, voila!  

This was a toughy but I persevered!  But it took me 96 minutes!!!!  How is that for determination???


Oh, Etta Sue, I'm proud of you!  Isn't this a great photo for a jig saw puzzle?  I love it.

Thanks Pinkie!

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February 07, 2004, 01:43:23 AM #8 Last Edit: February 07, 2004, 01:44:46 AM by Jenny
Oooh Pinkie..Thanks!

Thanks Pat, that was fun.  I did it in 16 but am going back later to try a bit harder..

I have sent it to my grandson James..He has M.E. and is at home such a lot. He  Loves the "puter" and games.



Too early in the morning for me to solve this one so rather than changing the pieces I let the computer do the solving.

I will be back another day.

In all thy ways acknowledge him, and he shall direct thy paths.  Proverbs 3:6


HAHAHAHA!  Ruth, I do that too.  I'm amazed to see the pieces going together automatically.

I'm so glad to see you still having a good time with these.

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i did the 35 piece jigzone in 7:21.