Tuesday, April 18, 2017

Maze Number 121: The Letter "H"

Maze Number 121: The Letter "H".  A printable alphabet maze.

Another alphabet maze, this time is the letter “H”.  Surprise, surprise.  That’s what happens when they’re in alphabetical order. 

This one was a little tricky to draw because the shape of the letters makes it difficult to find a place to stick the “start” and “finish”.

Anyway, there is just one way to “start” and one way to “finish”.  Enjoy!

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Tuesday, April 11, 2017

Maze Number 120: The Letter "G”

Maze Number 120:  The Letter "G".  A printable alphabet maze.

Continuing the alphabet mazes with the letter “G”.  This one was particularly amusing to draw.  I like drawing letters with tails like the lower case “g” because of the way the path flows around them.  Makes it more relaxing too.

Anyway, there is just one way to “start” and one way to “finish”.  Enjoy!

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Tuesday, April 4, 2017

Maze Number 119: The Letter "F"

 

Maze Number 119: The Letter "F".  A printable alphabet maze.

Continuing on with the alphabet mazes, this week is the letter “F”.  It a was a fairly fun maze to draw, and completed in a freakishly fast time frame.  How many more “f” words do you think I add here?  A few too many?

Anyway, there is just one way to “start” and one way to “finish” (7!).  Enjoy!

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Tuesday, March 28, 2017

Maze Number 118: The Letter "E”

 

Maze Number 118: The Letter "E".  A printable alphabet maze.

It’s been a while since I made an alphabet maze, so I decided to get cracking on it.  The next few mazes will be letters starting with this one, the letter “e”.  It’s a pretty simple maze drawn around an uppercase and lower case “e”.

Anyway, there is just one way to “start” and one way to “finish”.  Enjoy!

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Friday, March 17, 2017

Maze Number 117: Oops!

Maze Number 117: Oops!  A printable pink maze.

When drawing these mazes, mistakes do happen especially when working with pen.  These mistakes are usually edited out when I scan the mazes onto my computer. 

This particular maze had an especially large number of mistakes that needed to be edited.  Never draw anything with ink while riding a train, oops!

Anyway, there is just one way to “start” and one way to “finish”.  Enjoy!

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Wednesday, March 8, 2017

Maze Number 116: Stuck in the Middle

Maze Number 116: Stuck in the Middle. A printable pink maze.

For this maze, I started by drawing a squiggly line and continued on.  It mostly made up the center area of the maze.  This makes the middle of the maze both more interesting and possibly trickier to get through.  Otherwise its a relatively easy maze.  Try not to get stuck.

Anyway, there is just one way to “start” and one way to “finish”.  Enjoy!

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Tuesday, February 28, 2017

Maze Number 115: Getting Started

Maze Number 115: Getting Started.  A pink printable maze.

When drawing this maze, I started to think that it has been a while since the last time I did a maze with multiple “starts”.  I really like making extra “starts” and “finishes” because that kind of thing makes mazes just a tiny bit more challenging.  Not to mention that its more interesting to look at.

Anyway, there are two ways to “start” and one way to finish.  Enjoy!

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Tuesday, February 14, 2017

Maze Number 114: Frozen

Maze Number 114: Frozen.  A pink printable maze.

For this maze, I started by drawing odd shapes for the “starts” and the “finish” and then working from there. 

Those particular shapes reminded me of ice somehow and cold.  That kind of thing also reminds me of the movie, Frozen.  Who else loved that movie?

Anyway, there is two ways to “start” and one way to “finish”.  Enjoy!

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Sunday, February 12, 2017

Bonus Maze: Valentine’s Day Printable

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As a special bonus for the holiday, I made another fun download.

Free printable maze valentines.

Printable Maze Valentines!

I made five different mazes that are perfect for quick last minute valentine’s day cards.

Just print them out on cardstock, or print on paper and glue to thin cardboard or construction paper.  You can also attach them to candy for a sweeter touch or use them as a gift tag for a larger gift.

Valentines Day Printable Mazes

Enjoy!

Give it a try:

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Tuesday, February 7, 2017

Maze Number 113: Parallel

Maze Number 113: Parallel. A pink printable maze.

For this maze, I went with a different style.  I was aiming for something more traditionally maze-like and geometric.  I’m not sure if I like it or not, but I’m sure that if I try this again I will definitely use a ruler or something.

Anyway, there is just one way to “start” and one way to “finish”.  Enjoy!

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Tuesday, January 31, 2017

Maze Number 112: Heart within Heart

Maze Number 112: Heart within Heart. A pink printable maze.  Perfect for Valentine's Day.

Another heart maze, this time in the traditional heart shape.  I started this one by drawing three different hearts, one inside another and another.  The largest is the whole maze and the smallest became the “finish”.  The last one kind of got lost in the maze, but if you look closely you may be able to see it.

Anyway, there is just one way to “start” and one way to “finish”.  Enjoy!

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Tuesday, January 24, 2017

Maze Number 111: Beating Heart

Maze Number 111: Beating Heart. A printable pink maze.

Since Valentine’s day is in a few more weeks, it’s time for a few heart mazes.  This one is a little different because of the shape.  It reminded me of the shape of an actual human heart.  Anatomy can be beautiful too, right?

Anyway, there is just one way to “start” and one way to “finish”.  Enjoy!

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Tuesday, January 17, 2017

Maze Number 110: Sprouting

Maze Number 110: Sprouting.  A printable pink maze.

For this maze, the “start” kind of looks like a seed or bean.  As the path goes on it looks like it’s “sprouting” into some kind of plant, hence the name.  It also explains why I bought some bean sprouts at the store the other day.  Yes, food has been on my mind lately.

Anyway, there’s just one way to “start” and one way to “finish”.  Enjoy!

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Tuesday, January 10, 2017

Maze Number 109: Finish to Start

Maze Number 109: Finish to Start.  A pink printable maze.

With this maze, I started drawing the “starts” and the “finishes” at the same time and then joined them together along the way.  The “starts” could have just as easily have been the “finishes” and vice versa.

Anyway, there are two ways to “start” and two ways to “finish”?  Enjoy!

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Tuesday, January 3, 2017

Maze Number 108: Balance

Maze Number 108: Balance.  A pink printable maze.

For this maze, I started by the drawing the “start” and “finish” right next to each other.  I then made the paths wrap around, and around, etc. 

They kind of the remind me of ying and yang, so that’s why it’s called balance.  May it help you find your balance in this new year.

Anyway, there is just one way to “start” and one way to “finish”.  Enjoy!

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