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    Hey guys, we got this puzzle for our son, he saw it in Walmart and wanted it for Christmas so we got it for him. Anyway, 2 weeks ago we took it out. 750 small pieces. My 9 year old worked on this every day and I would help when I could but he did about 80% by his self. This puzzle was very tedias and time consuming. My son has ADD, because of alot of hard work and a bunch of other things he was able to sit and get it complete. 2 years ago he couldnt sit through his favorite TV show so this is huge. Just wanted to show you guys the puzzle and tell him how proud I am of him! Way to go buddy!!



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    Good for him. I don't even have the patience to do a puzzle.
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    Good for him Johngood to see he fucused on that puzzle.Need to get him another one.You let him know runum said big congrats on completeing that puzzle Looking foward to seeing the next one

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    Nice

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    very nice,big accomplishment.Most stores sell a clear puzzle glue with a brush,keep it on the cardboard,brush it on and let it dry,he can hang it in his room or anywhere else and it won't fall apart.
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    shelac it with puzzle glue and hang it up. your kid did a great job
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    Thats great good work.. He should be proud of himself
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    nice great work

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    Cool, way to goooooo!!
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