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How to Make a Puzzle

Even if it’s not a rainy day, puzzles are fun for family get together’s or time with friends. And when you make your own you can use an image of whatever you choose. Draw a picture, use a photo of your friends or use your favorite poster and make it into a puzzle! Back to Article

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cupcake413
cupcake413 wrote:
2013-07-15 14:53:32 -0700

coolio

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sajadel
sajadel wrote:
2013-07-13 00:22:20 -0700

HEM DOESN'T LOOK MUCH INTERESTING

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nikki nikki nikki
nikki nikki nikki wrote:
2013-07-12 23:51:31 -0700

I dont

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iluvme4ever
iluvme4ever wrote:
2013-07-12 23:48:08 -0700

i love puzzles

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JennyD
JennyD wrote:
2013-07-12 15:53:05 -0700

Interesting

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yaverleaf11
yaverleaf11 wrote:
2013-07-12 11:17:18 -0700

Oh cool

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livyq2
livyq2 wrote:
2013-03-02 05:59:52 -0800

i tried to but i cant

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disney princess
disney princess wrote:
2013-02-21 03:09:41 -0800

once i made a puzzle by putting 308 pieces together.

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disney princess
disney princess wrote:
2013-02-21 03:08:55 -0800

i will make one!

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WinxBelievixRules!!!
WinxBelievixRules!!! wrote:
2013-01-06 20:15:03 -0800

Hehe I am making this for my little brother who just loves puzzles!

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coolnam
coolnam wrote:
2013-01-06 02:26:01 -0800

Wow... I've gotta try dis! Smile Nose

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nicolemarie
nicolemarie wrote:
2013-01-05 04:37:28 -0800

i will do this now

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100XP
100XP wrote:
2013-01-05 03:23:08 -0800

i will try also

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WinxBelievixRules!!!
WinxBelievixRules!!! wrote:
2013-01-04 20:55:53 -0800

Hehe I will try to do this 1!

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When Do You Most Often Bust Out a Jigsaw Puzzle?

  • We have one out all the time!
  • I've never done a jigsaw puzzle, sounds like fun though!
  • Only on rainy days or vacation, not that often.
  • I play more cards than do puzzles.

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