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Monday, July 30, 2012

Number 17: Pyramid

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Bet you can’t guess how this maze got it’s name?  I think it was only a matter of time before I tackled a triangle shaped maze.  Anyway, this is a pretty easy maze.  Very kid-friendly, in more ways than one if your kids are learning shapes.  Just one “start” and only one of the “finishes” is real.  Enjoy.
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Wednesday, July 25, 2012

Number 16: The Fan

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The idea for this maze came to me while staring at the fan in my room.  Where would I be without that fan, it hit 105 degrees today and that’s considered cooler.  Anyway, this one has one “start” with several ways to go.  Don’t get lost when heading to one of the four “finishes”.
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Monday, July 16, 2012

Number 15: Stonehenge

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This is a little mini-maze I drew at church while waiting for someone.  I named it Stonehenge because looking at the “start” and the “finishes” reminded me of it, at least a part of it.  Anyway, this is a really simple little maze and fairly easy to solve. Perfect for young children.
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Saturday, July 14, 2012

Number 14: Cheese Spread

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For this maze, I was watching TV one day and a commercial for cheese came on.  It was for that one kind of spreadable cheese that is wrapped in foil wedges and comes in those cute round boxes.  So naturally I just had to grab a sheet of paper and start drawing.  Anyway,  There is only a single “start” and “finish” on this one but each half is a separate maze.  That’s right, two mazes in one.  Have fun.
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Monday, July 9, 2012

Number 13: Autumn Breeze

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Guess what inspired this maze.  That’s right, leaves.  Actually I was inspired by the leaf print on a makeup bag I have.  Anyway, there are five ways to “start” to get to only one “finish”.  Obviously only one is real, can you guess which one?
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Friday, July 6, 2012

Number 12: Orange Slices

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I continued with the idea from the last maze about using different shapes.  For this one, I was inspired by a picture of the moon at first.  Except the “start” and “finish” here reminded me more of orange slices than moons.  Kind of sad too, I can’t eat oranges anymore without breaking out in a rash.Crying face  Anyway, one “finish” and one “start”.  Just don’t lose your way.
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Monday, July 2, 2012

Number 11: Flower Power

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This maze was mostly inspired by an idea I had and partially inspired by my clipboard.  It has pretty flowers on it, the clipboard not the idea.  I just one day thought that the “start” on my mazes doesn’t have to be circular or rectangular in shape.  Why not flower shaped?  So I went on from that and I truly love the effect.   Anyway, this maze has four ways to “start” and just one to “finish”  Pick your flower.
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