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Well my new Granddaughter is only I month old but I had to start with this one and my next will be the Alphabet train.
snake puzzle 1.jpg 


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Nice work and excellent scrolling from the Phantom Scroller. Puzzles are a timeless toy and are favorites with folks all ages. This is an excellent educational toy. Well done!
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The snake looks super, terrific colour selection, wonderful scroll work.
What finish have you applied if any?
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Nice, Nice, Nice

You cut the puzzle our of one piece, then did you build the frame?

Really good work.
Thanks for sharing.

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That is nothing but "COOL." Great job, I love it.

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The snake looks super, terrific colour selection, wonderful scroll work.
What finish have you applied if any?
Udie
Undie Thanks it's just non toxic arclylic paint with a coat of spray laquer.

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Phantom Scroller

Nice, Nice, Nice

You cut the puzzle our of one piece, then did you build the frame?

Really good work.
Thanks for sharing.
Yes Ken cut out the whole snake first then design your puzzle tails that's what I call them and cut the puzzle, then make the backing board and build frame around the two parts, paint backer and spray whole job before gluing together. Then paint all puzzle parts and spray lacquer before assembling, job done. thanks for comments 

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Phantom Scroller

I am so impressed.  I love your work, and thanks for letting us know how you did it.
Now I want to see more from your shop.



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