Tip: If you’re on your phone, try the 35 or 70 piece digital puzzle, and scroll on the white part of the frame to move the puzzle up and down.
Horton House 120 Jigsaw Puzzle
The Backdrop: The historic Horton House, circa1735, on Jekyll Island is an original tabby house made from water, sand, ash and oyster shells—although abandoned, it’s still standing.
Directions: It’s easy to get started on Horton House 120 Jigsaw Puzzle. Simply move a puzzle piece and the clock will start running or press the three dots and click restart. Under the three dot section you may also change the background color of the puzzle. If you need a little help in putting the puzzle together, press the ghost button which will place a light image as a layer underneath the puzzle for you to follow or press the photo icon, to the left of the ghost button, to see a small image of the actual photo once you begin. If the pieces are too small in this view, press the maximize button icon all the way on the bottom right hand side of the puzzle screen for a full-screen view.
Copyright: All of these moments that I captured whether photographed or artistically created, traditionally or digitally, are original to my artistic style and copyrighted. For usage, please email Linda Losey or message via Facebook.