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Colored Pencils On Grass Puzzle Details:

About: Take a few minutes off and relax with today's new puzzle featuring ten colored pencils ( pink, blue, dark green, red, orange, black, light blue, yellow, silver and bright green) spread out a green, grassy meadow. The use of wax-based media in crayons can be traced back to the Greek Golden Age, and was later documented by Roman scholar, Pliny the Elder. So what are you waiting for? Click start and give it a try!
Puzzle Of The Day On: 19/Apr/2018

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