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Colored Threads Puzzle Details:

About: Red, green, yellow, blue, black, orange are some of the colors in today's new jigsaw puzzles featuring a bunch of intertwining colored threads. Click start and put the colorful threads back together piece by piece and finish this fun new jigsaw puzzle game.
Puzzle Of The Day On: 14/Jul/2015

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