Flowers On The Windowsill Jigsaw Puzzle

Flowers On The Windowsill
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About Flowers On The Windowsill:

Complete today's puzzle and see the beautiful red flowers growing in a window flower box. These type of flower containers come in the form of a box attached on or just below the sill of a window. They are usually made out of wood, metal, brick, fibre glass, terracotta, vinyl, or PVC. // Image Credit: Daily Jigsaw Puzzles

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