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Cute Yellow Birds On A Old Shoe Jigsaw Puzzle Game

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Cute Yellow Birds On A Old Shoe Puzzle Details:

About: Start the day with a fun and challenging puzzle. In this new game we feature a ceramic garden decoration depicting two cute yellow birds sitting on a old shoe. Pick your difficulty level, toggle piece rotation on or off and start putting the cute birds and the old boot they are sitting on back together and relax while you solve this fun new jigsaw.
Puzzle Of The Day On: 26/Mar/2019

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