Star Ornament Jigsaw Puzzle

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Free online jigsaw puzzle of a purple and blue star ornament about to be placed on the Christmas tree. The star is decorated with stripes of silver glitter.

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rahrah1820
Oct 18, 2017
Such a pretty decoration. Makes me want to get Christmas crafty in October!
elijah13
Dec 11, 2016
Pretty decoration. Quick puzzle. I love doing these puzzles. Don't do it with too many pieces because of my screen size. Also, some times I don't have much time, so do one with fewer pieces.
Kaseyanne
Sep 21, 2016
Beautiful picture. Love doing jigsaw puzzles.
sharondarlene
Jan 7, 2016
It's the New Year....I'm still catching up on mu Puzzles from Christmas!! That's o.k. as I enjoy puzzles any day and any time...they are relaxing for me. I don't time myself and I just relax, enjoy and receive contentment when the finished product I see!!
Jingles
Dec 18, 2015
This is pretty. I have a lot of stars on my tree and more in the windows. I'm enjoying my tree a lot. So is my doggie, however, he's disappointed that I had to mess up his little sleepy place. I always have to move furniture around a little to get my tree in. The lights are so bright and pretty along with a lot of décor that I'm going to miss it when I take it down. I use to have family party's in my garage and always had a decorated tree out there but the party's at my house has stopped because the family is getting too big but I do still have the tree up, decorated and covered with sheets since the last party. Don't ask me why other then I'm too wore out to do it. It isn't hurting anything so I just leave it up. Have to go get my hair cut this morning and finish up my shopping so then I can make some cookies next week. Are you all ready for Christmas.?

God bless you all.
pixipixil
Dec 18, 2015
Hi Jingles: Last year I did not decorate. This year I decided it would be healthier emotionally to put up the decorations eventhough we have no visitors. That was over a week ago and I am still exhausted. I didn't even put up a village or a tree or outdoor lights. I had to do things twice because the lights tho perfect when tested went out when I got them up and would not go back on.
I had started improving the manger display last year with
a ceramic background of Bethlehem to repace the cardboard one I use. It was on the table of my slab maker. Our oil burner needed fixing and the company kept sending repairmen who not only deliberately couldn't figure out what was wrong and kept trying to convince us to get a very expensive repair (which was not necessary. I found the valve the first repair man left open and closed it which stopped the leak), the last 2 who were working on the floor took their very big, heavy tool box and put it on my ceramic crushing it. I think they deliberately broke it
because one fellow was offended by a question I asked him, and because I wouldn't go with the expensive repair.
jud13
Dec 18, 2015
I am. Going to Al tomorrow for Christmas with the kids then on Wed to Gatlinburg, Tn for Christmas with some more family. I'm excited and impatient for the time to pass. Hope everyone has a wonderful Christmas filled with joy and not pain.
cindyj28
Dec 18, 2015
Sounds like you have been going thru some rough time. Take care of yourself, pixipixil!!! ~
aknan
Dec 18, 2015
Pixi, I hope you reported the rude repairmen. There is no excuse for their actions, especially damaging your personal property. The company should have reimbursed you for the damage. And I HATE IT when they try to fool you into expensive, unneeded repair work.
pixipixil
Dec 18, 2015
I wanted to drop them and use another company but my husband won't change. I guess they have to do something to him personally first. I had the same problem with our car repairman who pretended to check a tire that seemed to be losing air and put sir into it. He didn't do anything and I ended up with a flat. Same response from my husband until similar stuff began happening to him. We now avoid that shop.
aknan
Dec 18, 2015
Pixi, could you perhaps get your husband's attention with a length of 2x4 smack up against the side of his head?
aussiesapphire
Dec 18, 2015
Oh aknan!!!! What a dreadful suggestion, but very funny hahahahaha. You-know-who. Hugs
Coravee
Dec 18, 2015
Sorry, Pixi, that Bethlehem got broken. Do you paint the ceramics yourself? Our local shop has some pretty buildings. I did a couple, very exotic looking. But I do like those paper ones but can't find any of them around here.
pixipixil
Dec 19, 2015
I work from scratch and do it all. I have a kiln and a slab maker but don't get around to using them as much as I had hoped, Coravee. The cardboard Bethleham I made is just a flat cutout
of the skyline with no detail. It works beautifully at night with lights behind it but in daylight it looks awful. The ceramic they broke was still bisque. I had it on top of the slabmaker and it was covered by plastic so it's possible they didn't know but I told them they had ruined it and they weren't the least bit sorry. Also there was no good reason not to have put the toolbox next to themselves on the floor. Where they put it was totally inconvenient to their use of it which is why I thought it was deliberate. I have yet to do the other ceramic flat. I tried patching up the broken one but don't know if the cracks and piecing make it look authentic or just awful.
Aknan--I leave it up to God. He finally got him to retire but it took 7 years. My next prayer is to get him to move out of NY.
Coravee
Dec 20, 2015
Pixi, you've inspired me. My daughter does pottery. She has always had a flair for it, and hopes to do more as a retirement income. She is an artist for an advertising firm now. She has found a local pottery guild that share a kiln and equipment. It is headed by someone whose work she admires, and whose pieces sell pretty high. I have this miniature building she did in high school--I'm gonna talk to her about making some for my nativity set, and maybe I can help her. BTW, I expect there were some cracked walls in Bethlehem. I've heard the theory that they used old buildings for stables, and that the house where David was born had been reduced to near rubble and used as a stable...The Stable! I bet it had lots of cracks!
pixipixil
Dec 20, 2015
Tell your daughter good luck, Coravee. I'll be rooting for her. I was thinking of starting a jewelry business but all the tax nonsense discouraged me.
Coravee
Dec 22, 2015
Alicia is young enough to keep up with all that stuff! I sure wouldn't want to!
aussiesapphire
Dec 18, 2015
I remember working in a big department store when living in the USA, over the Christmas break to make a little extra money, and had to handle these kinds of decorations. They were so brittle and broke at the drop of a hat, but very pretty.

I was told by a nurse today that I have a bruise under my big toe which I cannot examine because I cannot bend the foot up after having the hip replacement 15 years ago, and as I have lost a lot of feeling in that foot, think that must have been what caused the pain in the upper leg. At least I have a cause for it. Just have to let it heal itself.

May God richly bless you and your families at this special time of year.

Hugs.
tussinmama
Dec 18, 2015
GOD BLESSYOU FOR CARING
KNadineM
Dec 18, 2015
Blessings to you, Aussie, hopefully it will heal quickly for you. What did they tell you about keeping your temperature from going up?
jud13
Dec 18, 2015
How are things with your husband. Praying for you
trynfindit
Dec 18, 2015
Aussie, like KNadine and so many others I'm worried about that fever. It seems like the doctors/nurse are just ignoring it.
aussiesapphire
Dec 18, 2015
Hi folks (most loving on the internet :)), the temperature seems to have settled down, so hopefully the body is healing. As for my husband, we are in constant touch (he is now in Perrysburg Ohio) and he got a temporary job which lasted only two weeks, but started a new job yesterday. He just has to get things sorted out in his mind and I am firmly believing that God will restore our marriage. He is American but lived here in Australia for 45 years, so it is a big learning curve for him. He is looking forward to his first white Christmas in 45 years, but does not like the cold lol. It is quite warm here today. Take care all you wonderful people and I hope one day we will all meet doing amazing jigsaw puzzles in eternity. God bless you. Hugs.
JoyceRogers
Dec 18, 2015
I just love nurses! They are able to find so much more than doctors can! I hope all of your ouchies heal up quickly and the fever goes away so you can have a healthy Christmas...hugs!
Coravee
Dec 18, 2015
Aussie, I live straight west of Perrysburg, about 60 or so miles, just a few miles into Indiana. I can tell you it is cold here right now, with a cold wind makes the wind chill down into the teens. And just a skiff of snow right now. They are predicting a warm up and rain before Christmas. Not a good year for seeing snow! I have been to Perrysburg several times as part of the Caswell famillly settled there, and the two parts remained close for years. At one time they owned "Eagle Point" which is now a housing development with a beautiful view of Toledo across the mouth of the Miami river.
aussiesapphire
Dec 18, 2015
Lovely coravee, thank you for sharing. I lived in Canada for two years and had white Christmases while there. Would love to do it again, but it will have to be at his invitation. Hugs.
manatee
Dec 18, 2015
Glad you found what seems to be the root of the leg problem and that you're feeling better, Aussie. Also thrilled that you and hubby are staying in touch. Love will find a way.
trynfindit
Dec 19, 2015
Aussie, I'm so very happy for you - both that your leg seems to be healing and most of all because you and your hubby are in good contact. You're in my prayers and in God's hands.
aussiesapphire
Dec 19, 2015
You are all such a special bunch of people and I cannot thank you enough. Lots of hugs.
KNadineM
Dec 19, 2015
I live in Cincinnati, OH which is way south of Perrysburg. We're just across the Ohio River from KY(easy and quick to cross). We had a few flurries yesterday and it will be cold today but the rest of the week will be warmer and rain on some of the days. No snow for Christmas. Glad you are feeling better Aussie. Hugs to you too!
JamieT
Dec 19, 2015
That looks like something that will probably break by just handling it.
aussiesapphire
Dec 18, 2015
So fast murtonian, would love to see your fingers fly over the pieces. Hugs.
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