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These adorable creatures can be found on the grounds of the Nine Quarter Circle Ranch in Montana where Alex and Ricky met up with Charlotte Warr Andersen for a taping.  Charlotte got down on the ground to take photos of these animals so she could make Overrun.

Click here to watch the trailer for Episode 1209 - A "Roundup" of Techniques from Two Terrific Teachers Featuring: Georgia Bonesteel/Charlotte Warr Andersen.

Overrun - 40 pieces non-rotating

Overrun - 102 pieces rotating

Overrun - 102 pieces non-rotating

Overrun - 300 pieces non-rotating

Overrun - 300 pieces rotating

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#1 Kay 2017-03-22 23:44
I have a large collection of bunnies. Loved this puzzle! May I buy a copy of it from you?
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