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Just out of curiosity, what does everyone do with their finished puzzles?
Pita is back on the puzzle making so I'm going to get him some challenging ones.....he had a 500 piece that took him what seemed like minutes to complete. Heh
500 pieces is nothing. There are some 3-D ones out there. I haven't tried one though.
Cathy (cacnurse1) said:
500 pieces is nothing.
I don't do puzzles, it seemed like a lot to me! I'm going to get a 1500 piece for him. That should keep him entertained for a bit.
my son got me some puzzles by Buffalo, I enjoyed the quality as well as the pictures. Challenging but not crazy. I box mine back up after admiring them for a while. Sometimes I do them again later, sometimes give them away. I put quilts on my walls, no room for cardboard puzzles.