Wednesday, December 29, 2010

Wordless Wednesday :: A 1,000 Piece Challenge


16 comments:

  1. I love it! We are going to have to get that puzzle. Thanks for sharing Jessica.

    Grace

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  2. So pretty - we'll have to get that and a few of the others listed on the page. Thank you for sharing!

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  3. 1,000 Piece Challenge for sure. Great job kids. Any help from mom amd dad? It turned out so pretty:)

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  4. Isn't it gorgeous?!?!

    Yes, mom helped... I had to show them that it was indeed possible, but after we got going everyone enjoyed it. Well, almost everyone! Dad gave up after a few minutes. ;)

    We also have the St. Francis Puzzle, though we haven't put it together yet. Now that my children have seen how much fun these "really hard" puzzles can be, I think we give it a shot.

    Next year I'd like to add this Beautiful Christmas Puzzle to our collection.

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  5. I saw that at your house the other day and meant to ask you about it! It is amazing and beautiful!

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  6. Amazing! You inspire me, Jessica.

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  7. Good job! Puzzles are so addictive once you start:)

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  8. Ooooo..thanks for sharing! That looks like SO much fun. My boys are bit too young still, but in a few years, I will look over my amazon wish list. =)

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  9. I have been waiting for the children to be old enough to work on a puzzle like that. I think we are close. That one is very pretty. I also saw a nativity one at Amazon that would be a wonderful one to work on over the Christmas season. I have added both to my "wish list."

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  10. Awesome! Such a beautiful puzzle.

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  11. Over the summer, I did the St. Francis Puzzle that you linked to. Love it - very beautiful puzzle! And fun with all the oddly shaped pieces.

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  12. Great job everybody!

    Are you using one of those roll-up mats underneath or is it just the tabletop? We too enjoy putting puzzles together but, don't have an extra tabletop to do so. I've been thinking about trying out one of the mats... if they work.

    Blessings,
    Lori

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  13. No, I actually borrowed a card table and a few folding chairs from my mom to use for the puzzle. It worked great! My mom might have a hard time getting her card table back from me! ;)

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  14. I haven't seen this in México, do you know if I can to buy it on internet? on some web page?

    I would to buy it for my nephews and nieces.

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    1. Yes, if you click the link in the bottom of the post it will take you to the puzzle online. Here it is again. :)

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