Party Crackers Jigsaw Puzzle

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Jigsaw puzzle online of red and purple party crackers. Party crackers are traditionally used for Christmas celebrations in Great Britain.

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Barbaranne
Dec 22, 2013
Dear puzzlers, I have a confession to make!! I am giving up on Christmas, The festivities not the real meaning, this is the 2nd year it has been unkind to me. Last year I scrapped out of hospital at the last minute on Christmas eve, this year it looks as if I will be spending it in isolation. I have the Norovirus that in itself is not a big thing but in a nursing home with elderly frail people it is not good news. My friends enjoy Christmas and may the God of peace be with you all, and stay well.
cindyj28
Dec 22, 2013
Perhaps God wants you all to Himself for awhile. God bless you this Christmas and may you find something very special just for you.
trynfindit
Dec 22, 2013
Barbaranne, I'm so sorry to hear you're sick and especially at this time of year (no time of year is a good time to be sick though). While you may be alone physically you will never be alone spiritually - not only will God be with you every moment, each of us (puzzlers) will be thinking special thoughts of you. Get better soon and know that we're all praying for you. Merry Christmas dear one.
nlbuchanan
Dec 22, 2013
Oh, Barbaranne, the hospital at Christmas is bad enough but to be in isolation? Very lonely. But also a good time to spend communing with God. No interruptions. Just bask in His love and praise Him for giving us forgiveness for our many sins. Maybe a little dash of self pity would be acceptable. Merry Christmas anyway. God bless you!
toadalove
Dec 22, 2013
I soo AGREE with Cindyj28! Prayers are coming to you too!
aussiesapphire
Dec 22, 2013
I agree with cindy and nlb and just know we will all be with you in spirit. God bless you barbaranne - many special virtual hugs while you are there from all of us.
pixipixil
Dec 22, 2013
Dear Barbaranne: Does that mean you will not be able to have visitors? Will you be able to virtually visit with us? I am so sorry you are sick. My husband and I spent our first married Christmas in the hospital. He had just gotten a hernia operation. I had ovarian cysts removed in a different hospital a few days later. A blessed organization called FISH used to help people with little money by giving them rides. My husband, as soon as he was discharged, had them drive him to my hospital. We spent Christmas in my hospital room--both of us in pain but happy to be alive and together. Is there a relative from outside the nursing home who can come to spend the day or some part of it with you?
I will pray some one is sent to you to brighten your day.
manatee
Dec 23, 2013
Barbaranne, I'm so sorry you are sick, and isolation makes it even harder, especially at Christmas. You can still come here and visit us, and hopefully your people will find a way to let you know they miss you. Prayers.
mrscf
Dec 23, 2013
Barbaranne, I too am sorry that you are sick and in isolation. Sending prayers your way that you will soon be well and back in the company of friends. Even though you are in isolation from other people, God is with you and wraps His arms lovingly around you. With Him, you are never truly alone.
mamag15
Dec 23, 2013
Oh Honey,
I am so sorry you are feeling this way. Just remember how Jesus as born, cold and laying in a manger. You will be with able to talk to Him and let Him know how you feel without any guilt. Keep praying and we will all pray with you. But don't give up on Christmas. Remember the real meaning of it and why Jesus was born.
Love you from afar but close to heart.
SANTACLAUS
Dec 23, 2013
Please do not give up on Christmas, I send you from the bottom of my heart all the love anyone can give to you and I am sure all the puzzlers and the team also give you there blessing, one day we will all get old and also end up in an old folks home, but just think of all your friends and all your lovely memories and all your new found friend at the c4js, we all wish you a very very Merry Christmas and health and happiness for the new year, I will even save you my wish bone and maybe we could pull it together and then all your dreams would come true.Health and Happiness for the New Year and when you are feeling low just go on this site and you will know you have more friends whom are with you and love you God bless and we are all with you love from all.
cherylabr
Dec 23, 2013
Hi everybody. I'm fairly new to this website. I'd like some advice. I want to take one puzzle and do all the puzzle cuts. What would be a good puzzle to start with? All these puzzles are so much fun, and I love reading everyone's comments. I guess most of you have been doing this for quite a while. What do you think?

God bless you all, and have a wonderful holiday season!
trynfindit
Dec 23, 2013
Hi cherylabr. In my opinion any of the puzzles that aren't too complicated would probably be good to start with - some that are larger patterns of color blocks or wide stripes.
nlbuchanan
Dec 24, 2013
Hey Cherylabr. Welcome aboard! I hope you find this site as wonderful as I do. I feel as though I have a wonderful bunch of friends on here even though I have not met anyone face to face that I am aware of. How very brave of you to try to do one puzzle with all the different cuts. I've done many of the cuts at least once but not all on one puzzle. Might be easier that way because you will get a better feel for where the colors go. Good luck with that endeavor. God bless you and may you - and the rest of the puzzlers who celebrate Christmas have a wonderful day on Wednesday. God bless and Merry Christmas.
Barbaranne
Dec 24, 2013
Hi everyone, you are all so kind and I do appreciate all that you have said, I am feeling so much better now that the sickness has passed, the bug (norovirus) is very contagious and that is why I am being isolated for the health and safety of the residents. Yes I do live in an Old peoples home (care home) but I am not one of its residents, the home is owned and run by a Religious Order and it is to that, that I belong, I am vowed to obedience otherwise I might be kicking up a storm. I will never give up on the real meaning of Christmas, but would without a second thought give up on the commercal side. During my formative years in the community we spent the day as usual just entertaining a few elderly or lonely people for tea. That was lovely but here we have to make the day special for those who have entrusted their lives into our hands. Thats enough preaching, I will visit you all tomorrow.

cherylabr, welcome to the site, I hope that you will enjoy being part of us. I would suggested to you to find a puzzle that you like and start with the 6 pieces and using that same puzzle go through all the different cuts, give no thought to time just enjoy.

God Bless you all for being so wonderful.
cindyj28
Dec 24, 2013
Barbaranne, Glad to hear that you are doing better. and thank you for sharing so much of yourself on this site. And you advice to the new gal, is excellent. I have done most of the cuts and have a favorite few. Try and just enjoy us and the puzzles.
pixipixil
Dec 24, 2013
Hi cherylabr--welcome aboard. My advice is try to find a puzzle with lots of color and hard edges. Some of the collections are good. Everybody has different tastes but many of us have said colorful puzzles are the most fun.
cherylabr
Dec 24, 2013
Barbaranne, I'm so gratified you're feeling better. Norovirus is no fun. I work in a hospital, and once one person get it it tends to spread like wildfire. I'm glad you're better and those you care for are safe.

Thanks to everyone for your advice. I'm really enjoying this site; however, I'm embarrassed to admit that I have a lot of trouble with 48 USA (lol).

It could be my imagination, but it seems that a lot of the bloggers on this site have a deep faith and devotion to God. I love it...it makes me feel very much at home. I'm attending a university (online) whose mission is evangelization. I'm currently working on the background courses I'll need to enter their MA in Biblical Theology program. I have a long way to go, but the journey is a lot of fun.

Thanks again for your advice. I pray you all have a safe and blessed Christmas and New Year!
aussiesapphire
Dec 25, 2013
Hi cherylabr - welcome to our wonderful group of puzzlers. I know you will enjoy the comraderie on here. I am from Australia, married to an American but lived over there for eight years a long time ago. I always do the USA in the hopes I will learn where all the states are situated and only know about six of the many states in the USA. Australia is the same size as the usa but we only have six states and one territory as compared with the many in the US. One day.....lol - God bless and take care. Hugs.
JAMP124
Dec 27, 2013
Aussie ---- One good way to learn the states is to do a jigsaw puzzle of the states. But you need one in which each state is a piece. When it gets to a very little one, like Rhode Island, it may be combined with another adjoining one. That's how I learned the states --- that, and moving around while my father was in the Navy! Another hint ----learn then by sections of the country. New England (northeast corner) is Maine, Vermont, New Hampshire, Massachusetts, Connecticut, Rhode Island. If I could connect with your address, I will send you a puzzle of the USA.
aussiesapphire
Dec 28, 2013
Thanks Jamp, I can probably google it and find one with all the states marked. Hugs
elijah13
Dec 19, 2016
I hope you will be able to spend Christmas like it should be spent. Blessings to you.
elijah13
Dec 19, 2016
Not my favorite puzzle. OK but that's all.
dbnc2
Nov 14, 2015
Did again as a mystery and thought it was rolls of material
toadalove
Jun 26, 2014
Pretty!
sharondarlene
Dec 22, 2013
Are these party crackers a type of fireworks? Love the colors!
sisgp
Dec 22, 2013
They are called Christmas crackers, not party crackers (obviously C4J doesn't want to mention the C word:\), and they are pulled by two people and they have a little strip in them that makes a cracking sound when they pull them. Inside is a paper hat, a gift and a corny joke. The English pull crackers at Christmas, tell the jokes and wear the hats (crowns) during Christmas dinner. I hope this helps.
Kevin - Crazy4Jigsaws Staff
Dec 22, 2013
Sisgp, we certainly don't have any problem with the word "Christmas." In fact we have an entire category dedicated only to Christmas puzzles. Our research showed that these are referred to as both Christmas crackers as well as party crackers. No matter what you call them, they make a great puzzle!

Have a very Merry Christmas!
sharondarlene
Dec 25, 2013
Thanks Crazy for Jigsaw Staff....Merry Christmas! Thanks you for Dec. 25th Nativity Puzzle...I enjoyed it! God Bless US everyone!
pixipixil
Dec 22, 2013
Pretty puzzle. I found it hard to negotiate the curlicues. Have a very blessed Sunday. Got the village up yesterday. It needs more trees and another house and people. But it has a cliff and pond and waterfall plus a cute little train that doesn't run because I had to dead end the tracks into the cliff. Oh and it has two different sizes so it's split in half. One side has a skating rink with moving skaters. Except for the train, rocks and trees it all came from my mother when she died. I had bought the train for my dad's set but it didn't match the gage so he never used it.
hockeyfan
Dec 22, 2013
Pixipixil, your village sounds fantastic and very detailed. Would be something I would like to see. Merry Christmas to you and family.
pixipixil
Dec 22, 2013
Thank you, hockeyfan. Merry Christmas to you and your family, too. It looks so much nicer in person than in a photo. Must be my lack of photographic expertise!
PATRICIA37
Dec 22, 2013
May god bless you and make you well real soon so you can enjoy the New year festivities.
pixipixil
Dec 24, 2013
Hi Patricia: I think you meant to send this to Barbaranne. You posted it on a different thread so she hasn't gotten it.
Have a lovely Christmas.
elaineNH
Dec 22, 2013
Fun puzzle!!!!
CatLadyOKC
Dec 22, 2013
Yes it is...all puzzles are fun! Some just harder than others.
elaineNH
Dec 23, 2013
True
pixipixil
Dec 22, 2013
Are those stacks of crackers in each wrapper or is the cracker shaped like a short, fat pretzel?
CatLadyOKC
Dec 22, 2013
Party Crackers are an old English party favor idea and tradition. They are festively wrapped cardboard cylinders that can be filled with all manner of treasures and trinkets and tied off at the ends. Typically, but not always, a cracker "snap" is inserted which, when pulled from both ends, pops loudly. Thus, "crackers."
pixipixil
Dec 22, 2013
You know I think I asked this once b4. I remember now that you or someone described this. They used to make these for birthdays in the US when I was a child but I haven't seen them in years. Ours had paper fringes at the ends and a cardboard strip you pulled. I don't remember if anything was inside but they did "snap."
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