Ornaments Jigsaw Puzzle

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Jigsaw of red, blue and yellow glass ball ornaments on a bed of silver garland. The balls will be used to decorate a Christmas tree.

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elijah13
May 29, 2017
When I clicked on this, wasn't sure what it was, but I hadn't done this one before. I usually don't do them twice--not with so many to choose from. It is a weird puzzle that was quick to do.
dbnc2
Oct 30, 2015
Did as a mystery and did not what it was
Barbaranne
Dec 14, 2013
I love the colours of this baubles but I'm sorry that there are no green ones. Well now I have settle down and write christmas cards. It's a job I do not relish. God bless you all
trynfindit
Dec 14, 2013
I did our cards last night. For the past 15 or 20 years I've made ours and they are always nativity scenes. Except for one year when I sent out cards that had a somewhat goofy looking moose with Christmas tree lights all tangled in its antlers 'cause that's the way I felt that year.
Barbaranne
Dec 14, 2013
Why should the "Goofy looking moose" not celebrate as well, it is his Creator God also.
pixipixil
Dec 14, 2013
This is a topic I can empathize with. My husband only wants religious cards but sometimes a winter scene will say more to me about the beauty of the season and the inner peace it offers than some gaudy depiction of the three kings or an overly cute shepherd boy. If a moose is from the heart then it's better than something religious you don't feel.
trynfindit
Dec 16, 2013
You know, what y'all say makes great sense!
pixipixil
Dec 19, 2013
Hi Barbaranne: Today you get your wish. The puzzle today has green.
happy4grandkids
Dec 16, 2013
May every one have peace in their heart this season, whatever their religion or nationality.
nlbuchanan
Dec 14, 2013
I have not had the mindset or energy to put into the Christmas season for years. This year has been full of pain and loss and change. This year I could not wait to put up a tree and decorate. Instead of presents, I placed my nativity collection under the tree. And after more years than I can count I am mailing out Christmas cards. In fact, I am making my own to send out. Pictures of me and my dog on the front and a Christian message inside. God's presence is truly with me this year. God bless you all and hope your holidays - Hanukkah, Winter Solstice, Christmas, Kwanzaa, New Years, and any others I may have forgotten. Peace on earth, Good will toward men. - nlb
nlbuchanan
Dec 14, 2013
Hope your holidays...are merry and blessed.
lydiagintn
Dec 14, 2013
Merry Christmas, nlbuchanan. May 2014 be a better and more peaceful year for you. Thank you for the Chanukah greetings- my family had a wonderful week! PS very cool that you are making your own cards- I know your friends and family will appreciate the extra thought!
pixipixil
Dec 14, 2013
Nlb: I can feel the peace surrounding you. God bless you and bring you the quiet joy Christmas should be.
nlbuchanan
Dec 15, 2013
Lydiagintn, please forgive my ignorance: Chanukah, Hanukkah, is there a difference besides the spelling? I think I heard somewhere it was mostly a regional difference. And I may never have heard that at all, just think I did. Correct or incorrect?
nlbuchanan
Dec 15, 2013
Thank you pixi.
lydiagintn
Dec 15, 2013
No difference, nlbuchanan! Since it's a transliteration of Hebrew, it can be spelled pretty much anyishl way you "hear" it. In Hebrew, the CH is that funny gutteral sound for which there is no letter in English, so when you see an H or a Ch in English for a Hebrew word, you use the gutteral Ch, like coughing something up or relieving a throat tickle!!!! Another example that most people have heard is the toast "Le Chaim! " which means To Life, which some people spell L' Hayim....all the same!
nlbuchanan
Dec 15, 2013
Thank you very much lydiagintn
cindyj28
Dec 14, 2013
Fun puzzle this am. Having more snow this morn so I will not be going out. Will have fun with the puzzles instead.
pixipixil
Dec 14, 2013
See Cindyj--you beat me by 2 minutes. We go back and forth but I really think you have the edge.
cindyj28
Dec 15, 2013
I know I have seen it too and it is fun. Have a great day.
pixipixil
Dec 15, 2013
Thanks Cindy. You too.
amberjoy
Dec 15, 2013
What fun colorful puzzle...the detail on the gold is lovely!!
KarenBuglet
Dec 14, 2013
One of the things I really like about jigsaw puzzles is that I focus on details I would normally overlook. When hanging ornaments I notice the glass balls, not the gold caps, but look how pretty and detailed those caps are.

p.s. That tinsel was tough!

(solved in 127 hexagon)
Barbaranne
Dec 14, 2013
You did the puzzle in half my time, I like the hex cut but I am very slow, you did it in half my time, I will have to do it more often.
KarenBuglet
Dec 14, 2013
And the people that got medals did it in half my time! I'll have to practice more, too. (I just don't want to rush so much that I fail to enjoy the puzzles)
Barbaranne
Dec 15, 2013
I agree
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