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Free online jigsaw puzzle of two brown pine cones. The pinecones are on top of the snow.

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48dockst
Nov 26, 2017
We love all the puzzles I send out and I send them to lots of friends and they just love them and enjoys them.
Coravee
Jan 11, 2017
Nice winter decor, and time to go to bed.
JAMP124
Oct 25, 2016
"Christmas is coming, the geese are getting fat ----"
carolsapple
Mar 2, 2016
Growing up my dad would buy cut up pieces of wood that were soaked. My dad would put these pieces in the fire and the fire would turn a different color. Green, red, blue etc. We used to use the pine cones for a nativity scene.
toadalove
Jan 27, 2014
This resembles my back yard right now! We are having an inversion right now and have not seen the sun for a month!
fiestyolelady
Nov 30, 2013
I have 6 foot tall ones I hang on the edge of my windows at the top, year around. they just look sort of homey & confortable.
cindyj28
Dec 20, 2012
I have never done much with pine cones, but will definately try this winter. Thanks for all the good suggestions. Have a Great Christmas and a very merry new year.
Barbaranne
Dec 19, 2012
Pines cone are so useful, you can burn them on an open fire for the most wonderful scent. Spray them for decorations, leave them to feed the birds, it is lovely to the Crossbill geting the seeds out. It is said that you can tell the weather by them, hang one or two outside and when the cone is open it will be dry and when closed it will be wet.
netta
Dec 19, 2012
And if you dip them in melted wax and let it harden, they apparently make very good firelighters.
toadalove
Dec 19, 2012
I love to throw them in the fire. I will try the weather thing too. Thanks for that info!
Barbaranne
Dec 19, 2012
No guarantee, but hope it will work, I’ve known a few farmers who swore by it
aussiesapphire
Dec 19, 2012
Reminds me of an Aussie weather stone. Hang it up on a rope, if it is swaying, it means it is windy, if it is wet, it means it is raining, if it is dry and not swaying, it means it is hot etc etc. Bit of dry humour here, but did love the picture. So artistic.
PATRICIA37
Dec 19, 2012
I love to read your commentaries, you have a wonderful sense of humor....I also love todays picture.
aussiesapphire
Dec 20, 2012
Thanks Patricia, my best friend has the same name as you and if you are even half as nice as she is, then you are a wonderful person. Hugs.
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