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Hand Painted Christmas Baubles Puzzle Details:

About: Usually made of glass, metal, wood, or ceramics the kind of Christmas ornaments are used to decorate a Christmas tree. The first decorated trees were adorned with apples, white candy canes and pastries in the shapes of stars, hearts and flowers. Glass baubles were first made in Lauscha, Germany, by Hans Greiner (1550-1609) . The first American-made glass ornaments were created by William DeMuth in New York in 1870. Although glass baubles are still produced, as expensive good quality ornaments often found at markets, baubles are now frequently made from plastic and available worldwide in a huge variety of shapes, colors and designs. Handcrafted Christmas Ornaments, like the hand painted baubles in today's new puzzle, have become a staple of craft fairs and many smaller businesses. So what are you waiting for? Start the game and get into the holiday spirit. Have fun!
Puzzle Of The Day On: 16/Nov/2017

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00 : 13
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01 : 11

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01 : 17
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03 : 50

Normal Puzzle Time Stats

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02 : 31
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03 : 52
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06 : 22
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