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Paper Star Lanterns Jigsaw Puzzle Game

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Paper Star Lanterns Puzzle Details:

About: Time to start decorating. Grab your favorite paper star lanterns and let's start. Star lanterns are widely used throughout the year, but they are extremely popular during Christmas time. Some of them have cut-outs which projects patterns on walls to really create a unique atmosphere and all of them a really colorful.
Puzzle Of The Day On: 17/Dec/2015

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