by Anita Mae Draper
It's been a couple years since I introduced you to the puzzle pages on my website and although they're still available, I wanted to share something new.
http://www.jigidi.com/ is a puzzle site that I first started using for something to do as we watched our favourite TV programs, but I soon felt the urge to start my own page and add my own photographs. Not just any photos, but the ones that I took because I thought it might be good jigsaw puzzle fodder. Like this one:
|Petunias and Prairie Coneflowers|
So if you want to reach my puzzle page, here's what you do:
- Go to the jigidi puzzle site
- Click PUZZLES and a line of tabs will pop up beneath it
- Click the last tab BY USER
- Type in... wreader13
- It will show users found: wreader13
- Click the blue wreader13 because that's me
- Voila! There are my puzzles
One note for you to think about... you do not need to join the site to make the puzzles. However, if you are in the middle (or near the end!) of a puzzle and you lose power, your puzzle will not be saved.
All my puzzles are in the Very Large (240-400) piece zone because that's the size I like to work on. But if you see one of my puzzles and you want it with less or more pieces, just let me know either by leaving a comment on the puzzle you want to make, or through the contact page of my website.
Here are some examples of what you'll find on my jigidi puzzle page...
|Balboa Beach Rest Stop|
|Painted Glass Window|
You'll have to forgive me if I don't answer blog comments today. I'm headed for the American Christian Fiction Writers Conference in Dallas and won't be getting into the hotel until late this evening. I'll answer when I can.
Those look like challenging puzzles! Good puzzles! I'll have to try one some day.ReplyDelete
I'm always surprised at how some look hard, but are easy once you find the pattern.Delete
And then there are the supposedly simple ones that take me hours to make. sigh.
Love the stained glass one! I really enjoy jigsaw puzzles. Will have to check out this site that you mention.ReplyDelete
Thanks, Kathryn. The stained glass one seems to be one of the favs on my puzzle page. I hope you like it. :)Delete
Beautiful pictures, Anita! Love the stained glass one especially!ReplyDelete
So good to see you at ACFW! :D
I really enjoyed spending time with you too, DeAnna. Did you ever get your chocolate?Delete