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Number 51: “Singing in the Rain”

Tuesday, May 31, 2016

Now Accepting Requests

Has there ever been a time when you were checking out my mazes that you thought “great, now if only she did a maze that looked like ____,” or “I wish she would make a maze that my ____ would like”?

No need for wishing, I am now taking requests.  I have set up a submission page here.  Feel free to submit any crazy ideas or special requests, and I may use them for a future maze. 

Also, if you actually make mazes or puzzles and would like to be featured, submit a link too.

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Tuesday, May 24, 2016

Maze Number 78: Crisscross

Maze Number 78: Crisscross

For this maze, I started by drawing crisscrossing lines across the paper.  Then I drew the maze around them.  Gives it a nice effect I think.  I kind of think the top looks a lot like a fox head though.  Now there’s an idea for a maze.

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

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Tuesday, May 17, 2016

Maze Number 77: Gummy Star

Maze Number 77: Gummy Star

I realized I have surprisingly never drawn a star-shaped maze, so I decided to give it a try.  This star ended up a little wiggly which reminded me of gummy candies.  So it’s like gummy star candy, it works right?

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

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Tuesday, May 10, 2016

Maze Number 76: “Hi”

Maze Number 76: "Hi".  A printable pink word maze.

Continuing on from last week, we have another word maze that also happens to be a greeting.  This time I used the word “Hi” or specifically “HI”.  I found that an upper cased “i” is easier to work with when it comes to drawing mazes.  Strange.

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

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Tuesday, May 3, 2016

Maze Number 75: “Hey”

Maze Number 75: "Hey"

It has been a while since I’ve done any word mazes (see Number 38: "Ho Ho Ho"), so I thought it’d be fun to do a couple more.  I simply wrote the word “Hey” and drew the maze around it.  The “H” was a bit tricky and the “e” almost disappeared on me.

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

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