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Online jigsaw puzzle for children and adults of pots filled with colorful flowers. The flowers are a pretty pink, blue, purple and red.

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Honeybeez
Apr 4, 2018
I have used crushed eggshells in my plants and they really do work. Nice puzzle!
srthomas
Oct 27, 2017
Wondering about the eggs in the pot with the ivy
rahrah1820
Apr 2, 2018
I've heard that eggshells are good protein for plants. Just like using coffee grounds, a lot of people haven't heard of the eggs either. I'm surprised, though, that they're not broken up.
elijah13
Mar 11, 2017
Good healthy plants. Quick puzzle to do. Now have to go to a sorority meeting. Will probably do more puzzles later. Have a great day.
micki
Nov 22, 2016
Very pretty arrangement. My time was abominable because I was talking to an old friend on the phone. Guess I'm getting too old to do two things at once.
micki
May 20, 2015
How did I miss this one in 2014? Fun and easy. Yes Patricia100, I do the border first, and if its a colorful puzzle like this one, I then put like colors together on the outside. I think most everyone does it this way, Hmm?
Patricia100
Jan 28, 2014
I know we all work our puzzles differently, but I'm curious: Am I the only one who does the border, and then moves all the pieces to the "outside" for a clear playing field? I know it takes some time, but I want a clean canvas! How quirky are you??
kycowgirl
Jan 28, 2014
I would venture to say a LOT of people do it that way. Get the border done the rest comes much easier. I've always done puzzles this way.
toadalove
Jan 28, 2014
Not really. Sounds like fun. May even try it!
mrscf
Jan 28, 2014
I usually work the borders and then work the inside until it is built enough that that pieces underneath show on top, then I push them to the outside. If a puzzle is particularly buzy, I push the pieces to the outside sooner.
hockeyfan
Jan 28, 2014
I always work border and leave all pieces where they are and move puzzle border around to see different pieces.
THAT IS QUIRKY, but that's how I do it.
elaineNH
Jan 28, 2014
If your a member..you can do that with a push of the button...it seperates all the edges and we have to put them together..than we can push all pieces to the side
Taffi
Jan 28, 2014
I work the border first. Then move all the pieces to the edge and fill it in. So yeah, Patricia, think I'm just like you :)

I like to be able to see the pieces clearly so you can see the shape and colour.
jeannine77
Jan 28, 2014
Well Taffy it looks like we all do some what the same...I love it when I finish one and they smooth it out. They are so pretty, jeannine77
CatLadyOKC
Jan 28, 2014
Do it the same way, push the border button do my border, then use the border shuffle to put the rest of the pieces around the edge & pull out the pieces I want as I go around the edges. When I get around enough times will then start pulling them out were I can see most of them around the edge.
Cate1976
Jan 28, 2014
I do the edges first, then move some of the pieces to give a clear space.
megat
Jan 28, 2014
Today is the day I finally got the chance to catch up on all the puzzles I've missed recently due in large part to a myriad of hospital appointments, so I have really enjoyed it.
I've been doing these puzzles for about 4 months now, and it wasn't until I read CatLadys' method of doing them that I even found out about the "Border Shuffle" button, how dumb is that?
kycowgirl
Jan 28, 2014
I'm sure glad you posted the question. Lots of interesting answers and suggestions, too. Happy puzzling everyone. Carry on :)
hockeyfan
Jan 28, 2014
I learned something new today in my puzzle working........I didn't know what the border shuffle was and tried it. Wow....it's amazing. Thanks for sharing the method with me.
kycowgirl
Jan 28, 2014
Wow, I just did the border shuffle, then clicked on edges. I cut several seconds off my time on 48 classic. Cool.
CatLadyOKC
Jan 28, 2014
My son will tell you that if there's button I will try it. He has to straighten my computer out ever so often, he knows I have no patience with it. I decided that I would do the 520 first (300 is done). The button will also reshuffle your pieces that are not hooked in if you have a bunch of them that are stacked on top of each other. Just make sure you have all of them hooked in that you don't want moved. Went to fill the humidifiers they are putting 10+ gal. per day in an we are at about 40 percent. Keeps Dennis more comfortable & keeps me from have nose bleeds.
Patricia100
Jan 29, 2014
WOW--I'm getting quite an education today. So glad I asked how everyone does things on here. Just tried one with the border shuffle and it did help quite a bit. Interesting....Thanks all puzzlers!
trynfindit
Jan 29, 2014
I've tried the border shuffle and I prefer the piece mover. Border shuffle piles the pieces up too much for me.
Taffi
Jan 30, 2014
But you can take each pile and then put it in a place of it's own which is what I do, then I can easily see if a piece will fit as I try to keep an eye on both the puzzle and pieces. That shape and colour approach works well for me.
toadalove
Jan 30, 2014
I tried it. It definitely was a different view of it!
trynfindit
Jan 30, 2014
True, Taffi, but the piece mover allows you to put the pieces in groups where you want them. It's just easier for me as I don't spend so much time unpiling the border shuffle.
CatLadyOKC
Jan 30, 2014
My mouse won't let me shrink or enlarge it, so I very seldom use it. May use it on the 1008 it I want to move all the top & bottom pieces, but when I try to use it at full size I will get it caught on the edge of the puzzle & move it too. I only use the larger screen for the 300 & up puzzles, and then I border them on the small screen. I also may change the size precentage several times when I am doing one.
KarenBuglet
Feb 1, 2014
The first thing I do is use the piece mover to move all the pieces to the right and bottom. Then I click the edges button and put the border together and all the other pieces pop back in. I place the border into the upper left hand corner and depending on the puzzle sort my pieces according to color or shape. When all is completed I move the puzzle back to the center.
CatLadyOKC
Feb 1, 2014
Use Border Shuffle followed by Edge - that would leave visible only the edges. After placing the edges the rest of the pieces will show up automatically around the edges. Piece Mover helps carry the unplaced pieces toward one side or another, in bulk, thus freeing usable space. But since my mouse won't let me size it I don't use it unless I shrink the puzzle to move the pieces.
CaitlintheFish
Mar 12, 2015
I start with the borders and then do any identifying markers in the picture. If it's colorful objects I'm putting together, I put the colors together starting with the biggest and working to the smallest.
trynfindit
Mar 12, 2015
It's interesting, isn't it, how people put the same puzzle together differently?
CatLadyOKC
Mar 12, 2015
It sure is...I've changed some now since this went around it depends on the picture some times I work for top to bottom or other time from top to bottom, also it there is a feature that stands out I may start with it. No set way any more...enjoy doing a 300 size anymore.
trynfindit
Mar 13, 2015
I was doing the 300 classic and then went up to the 520 but have had to go back to 300 because doing the higher number was hurting the tendons in my right arm.
toadalove
May 17, 2014
Lots of color and fun too!
CatLadyOKC
Apr 29, 2014
Good Afternoon to All!
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