Monday, 21 August 2017

WASGIJ BEFORE AND AFTER

I have just finished another WasGij jigsaw puzzle.
I forgot to show you the end result for the last one but have taken pictures of this one so that you can see what I mean about them.


This is the picture on the box.
The picture you will end up with when you have finished the puzzle is what they are looking at.


And here it is.
So you see that there isn't much to go on.
This is a christmas one but I have several for christmas and so I thought I'd get this one done.
Shame to break it up isn't it?

15 comments:

  1. That must be quite difficult to do. Shame to break it up. You've just given me an idea. Maybe paint on top of it. I have a small jigsaw, I'll get it out and have a look.

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    1. Years ago we used to fix them to a backboard and hang them on the wall, it used to look quite nice. As you say, its a shame to break them up. I only said to Tom the other day that we must be cranky taking all this time to make them and then (as the potato people on the old advert used to say) 'And them we smash them into bits' lol

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  2. Oh wow. How clever to make the actual puzzle a picture of what they are looking at. It's cute too.

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  3. What a challenge these puzzles must be. Putting it on a backboard and poly it but then you must end up with a lot of them eventually. They are cool.... Hugs, lj

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  4. Funny! I like how you're solving a "mystery" at the same time you're doing the puzzle. :)

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  5. That looks hard, but fun! Funny subjects!

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  6. The animals have taken the place over! Why don't you get that stuff you paint on it to seal it, then keep it? So much work, only to take apart!

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    1. We ussed to do that years ago Ginny, but not any more, just break then up and move on to the next. lol

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  7. Fabulous but what a challenge......great scene though
    hugs Jo x

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  8. Had never heard of that type of jig saw puzzle, interesting, I am not a jig saw person at all but my husband loves putting them together, I start helping and then go get my knitting. I have a Grandson who has always loved them and would love this type, have to see if I can get him one for Christmas. Have you ever worked the jig saw puzzles online? I have done a couple and enjoyed them.

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    1. Yes, I used to do jigsaws online here http://www.lenagames.com/bj_free.htm
      For anyone who is a serious jigger, Wasgij's are brilliant.

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  9. I've done a jig-saw without a picture on the box before but never one like this

    Julie xxx

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  10. what a great jigsaw such fun so much to see and enjoy in it

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