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32 Creative Projects People Finished While Stuck In Quarantine

Being stuck in quarantine can get boring really fast, especially if you just eat, sleep and watch Netflix all the time. But it’s only boring if you make it boring and some people actually saw it as a great opportunity to take up new projects and hobbies.

People are sharing the most creative projects they’ve completed while self-isolating and they might inspire you to get busy. From making picnic tables for squirrels and tanks for cats to crafting full-sized dining tables, check out people’s coolest quarantine projects in the gallery below!

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Trying to keep my kids busy! Painters tape + washable markers. Looks like stained glass!

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Day 14 of quarantine, I made his table to the squirrel in the garden and I even put a bench in case you have an appointment

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Took me all afternoon but I regret nothing

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Just finished this miniature over the past four days of lockdown… Found out our state will be shut down till the end of April… I’m gonna have a whole apartment block by the time this is over

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Spent the first week of quarantine building this greenhouse, all the beds are 30cm deep.

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Rusty gets an upgrade

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My daughter made this out of hot glue and painted it, then lied in wait as I found it. So proud!

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When you can’t find toilet paper needlefelt some.

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Stuck in quarantine? Build a live edge table build, start to finish

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“My mom and dad put in a lot of work to make sure it seemed as real as possible. My mom even made my dad memorize lines!”

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Guy constructed a fort for his stressed doctor wife to relax in after work during the pandemic

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Finally finished my quarantine craft!

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I Finished Painting Coraline For My Halloween Display. She’s 6ft By 4ft

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I’m not an art teacher, but this is pretty awesome. Design your own design with tape, have kids use colored chalk, when finished peel the tape, and you have a masterpiece!

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The Social Distancing Serving Spoon is complete! Price is $1,200 for single purchaser and $2,400 for married couples, plus an additional $500 for each child.

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Quarantine so I made a ship’s wheel out of oak.

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I had a lot of time on my hands as a result of the quarantine, so I decided to build a bar in my garage

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First week of lockdown and I’m climbing the walls

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If Brands Were Movies, Here’s What The Posters Would Look Like (16 Pics)

The movies for which you are about to see posters have not been made yet. Probably, they never will be, no matter how much we’d like to see Ryan Reynolds as the Pillsbury Doughboy. They’re all fruits of the imagination of Lance Ford—a creative director at an agency called EP+Co. For the past two months, Lance has been sharing his impressive Photoshop creations—movie posters reimagined as brands. To put it more simply, Lance allows us to see what would happen if brands were movies and these prospects don’t look disappointing at all, if you ask us. “I love advertising, and movies, and thought it would be fun to combine the two in an interesting way,” Lance told one news outlet.

Recently, these impressive posters have made the rounds all over social media, so Bored Panda has made you a list of 16 posters that Lance has shared on his Instagram. Scroll down below to see them all and vote for the ones that you like the most!

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Ginny Weasly 1 day agoHe would be perfect for the roll!!

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DeRosset Myers 1 day agoThe scary thing is Ryan Reynolds would probably be down for this.

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Jaxson Evans 22 hours agoOrville lived in our town for a little while. Or he was born here. They had a statue built of him in the park.

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IT’S THE SWEET ONE 1 day agoThis has to be a horror film

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Ginny Weasly 1 day agoHonestly, I would probably watch that

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TheReader19 1 day agoWhy do I only feel fear

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Ginny Weasley 20 hours agosomeone please make this happen

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IT’S THE SWEET ONE 1 day agoThis is the best thing I have seen all day

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IT’S THE SWEET ONE 1 day agoHe had to be grrreat is what got me

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Andres Tejeda 1 day agoLooks like a cheesy Fast and Furious rip off.

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Andres Tejeda 1 day agoI’d watch it.

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Ginny Weasly 1 day agoLooks kind of like the Princess Bride

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Owner Does Her Dog’s Hair Every Day Since The Lockdown Started And People Can’t Wait To See What The Next Day Will Bring

The coronavirus has changed a lot of things for Hannah Heil and her family. She and her husband have never worked more than a day or two from home, let alone at the same time. However, the pandemic has forced them to pack up the desks they each have worked at for over a decade, and relocate them to the small hobby farm where they live and the Internet isn’t always the best. Naturally, the couple were worried whether or not they would be able to perform their jobs properly. They also love spending time with their close friends so being unable to meet them has been difficult as well.

But Hannah has found the perfect way to cope with all of these challenges. She has been doing funny hairdos on their dog, Hank, and the Newfoundland happily lets his owner play with his hair. Hannah created an Instagram account to document these little experiments and said she’ll continue them until we all can return to our everyday lives.

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Day 4. (Sunday Brunch)

Day 4. (Sunday Brunch)

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Carmen Honacker 3 hours agoAw, look at how adorable he is <3

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“Something that helped with this stress was Hank,” Hannah told Bored Panda. “Whenever we needed a break or something seemed to go wrong, we could go sit down with him for a few minutes. Hank has this wild hair that we believe portrays his mood, plus it’s fun to play with. While taking these ‘Hank breaks’, we started giving him hairstyles to make each other laugh. We figured if it could lift our spirits, maybe it could lift our friends’ and families’ as well. We started posting whatever we could come up with in the morning before work.”

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Day 10. (Self-Care Sunday)

Day 10. (Self-Care Sunday)

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Otis Nikisher 12 hours agoHank just made me laugh out loud – – thanks for sharing some joy!!! Hank we LOVE you! (and your owners 🙂 )

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Before they were quarantined, the couple had a big family reunion scheduled to celebrate what would have been Hannah’s late-grandmother’s 100th birthday this month. Unfortunately, it had to be canceled, but Hank and his hairstyles have helped them all to have some fun and stay connected. “Gammy loved animals, and I think she probably would have enjoyed these pictures also,” Hannah said.

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Day 6. (Back To The Stone Age. Stay In Your Cave!)

Day 6. (Back To The Stone Age. Stay In Your Cave!)

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Conservative_And_Proud 8 hours agoWow childhood flashback right there! That’s the Kenner Bull Rex from “The Lost World” Jurassic Park! I grew up on those movies!

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The best part is that Hank enjoys it as well, and has been a very good model to work with! “Hank is a classic example of the Newfoundland breed; patient, loving, and loyal. He is also the most photogenic dog we have owned, and I think he loves all the attention he gets while both of us are home,” Hannah added. “Self-isolation has been fantastic to Hank, he gets 24/7 mom and dad time! Not much can bother Hank. As long as he gets kisses and a Kong chew toy after, it’s his perfect day.”

If you feel like you could use some more ‘quarantine hairdos’ after you’re done scrolling through Hank’s, check out what this hairstylist has been doing to her boyfriend!

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Binxyminxem 5 hours agoI love his little tongue sticking out! Very cute doggo 😙😙😙😊

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Day 16. (Hank Exotic)

Day 16. (Hank Exotic)

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Erin 10 hours agoThis is the best!!!!

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Day 5. (Hank. Manager Of Home Office Relations)

Day 5. (Hank. Manager Of Home Office Relations)

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Iggy 9 hours agoA side parting!😂

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Day 15. (Luke, Han, And The Rare Black Tauntaun)

Day 15. (Luke, Han, And The Rare Black Tauntaun)

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Helen Capdevielle 9 hours agoLove the Tauntaun

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Day 7. (Pity The Fool Who Tries To Leave This House)

Day 7. (Pity The Fool Who Tries To Leave This House)

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Iggy 9 hours agoMr. D.

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Day 9. (The Black Pearl)

Day 9. (The Black Pearl)

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Liam Weiss 9 hours ago‘Yarrr! Bone Island straight ahead!’

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Day 13. (Call Me Now For Your Free Tarot Card Readin’!)

Day 13. (Call Me Now For Your Free Tarot Card Readin’!)

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Bobert Robertson 12 hours agoThis looks more like Steven Tyler than a fortune reader

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Day 3. (“We Are 138…”)

Day 3. ("We Are 138...")

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Wouldn’t you like to know 8 hours agoVery punk rock, Hank

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Day 11. (Moovin Into Monday)

Day 11. (Moovin Into Monday)

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Day 2

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Anita Maes 9 hours agoThe TP needs to be over, not under. What if you pull the dog’s fur by accident?!

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Day #. (Kiss The Cook)

Day #. (Kiss The Cook)

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Wottermehlon Doge 6 hours agoPork, with a side of pork, and ground pork over that. For desert. cream of pork!

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Day 9. (Feeling Like A Cast Away)

Day 9. (Feeling Like A Cast Away)

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Colin L 8 hours agoOh, the Wilson ball!

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Day 18. (Pledging Sigma Kappa Quarentine)

Day 18. (Pledging Sigma Kappa Quarentine)

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Becca Gizmo the Squirrel 10 hours agoThe drool is perfect!

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13 Adorable Wool Animals Created By Artist Anna Yastrezhembovskaya

Anna Yastrezhembovskaya is an artist and a mother of two who started creating adorable wool animals three years ago. It all started when she first noticed some toys made from a material the artist didn’t recognize. She later found out it was wool and decided to try making her first toy. “My first toy wasn’t nearly as pretty, it was rather funny, but I enjoyed the process so much that I kept trying,” says Anna. “I was felting during my free time, even at night, and I got better with each toy I made.”

As time went on, she even started doing commissions. Her birds were especially popular and people from everywhere started ordering them. But it later turned out there was a downside to this newfound recognition.

More info: Instagram | Facebook | h/t: Bored Panda

The artist had recently made a tiny bat for her daughter Masha. It started as a brooch but turned out to be too big, so Anna turned it into a toy. They photographed the toy for social media with the caption saying “Not for sale!”. “I was planning on making more bats in the future but at that moment I had too many commissions, so I put it aside for later,” says the artist.


A few weeks went by and Anna started receiving strange messages in her Instagram inbox. People were saying they ordered her toys from online shops and never received them – she was shocked.

“I have to admit that I didn’t expect such a huge interest in my little bat. Moreover, I didn’t expect it to be “sold” in significant quantities for a ridiculous price of just $19.99. As a result, hundreds of scammed people wrote to me in hope of receiving their bats,” says the artist.


“I am flattered that my bats won the hearts of so many people, but the amount of orders I got was terrifying. It takes 10 days, working 12-14 hours a day, to make one bat-toy.” Anna did not know whether to tell the people to forget about their bats or try to fulfill the promises she never made.


“Of course, I will keep felting as many bats as I can, but I want people to understand that these toys are fully handmade, so it’s a fairly lengthy process. Furthermore, there are so many interesting birds I would like to recreate in wool as well…” says Anna.

See more beautiful wool animals this artist created in the gallery below!






















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21-Year-Old Student Creates Transparent Face Masks For The Deaf And Hard Of Hearing

Nowadays it seems like all the countries in the world are suffering from at least some sort of medical supply shortage – especially face masks. This has lead to people creating improvised masks to protect themselves. However, 21-year-old student Ashley Lawrence noticed no one makes masks for the deaf and hard of hearing who rely on lip reading for communication. This prompted the woman to start making specialized see-through face masks herself.

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Student Ashley Lawrence noticed no one makes masks for the deaf and hard of hearing who rely on lip reading for communication

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In an interview with Lex 18, Ashley said she saw people were making masks on Facebook for everyone to have instead of the throwaway masks. This made her think about the deaf and hard of hearing population.


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With the help of her mom, Ashley started creating face masks with a transparent plastic window in front of the mouth.

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“I don’t know if you have seen Virginia Moore on Andy Beshear’s things at five o’clock, but she’s very emotive, and if half of that is gone because you’re wearing a mask then half of what you’re saying is being missed, so even if it’s not physically talking and just using ASL, then you need to have that kind of access,” said the student.

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After posting her creation on Facebook, Ashley started receiving numerous requests for these transparent face masks and is trying to keep up with the demand. In the future, the woman plans on giving away free patterns so people could make these masks for themselves. Ashley has even started a GoFundMe campaign so people could support her cause.

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This Artist Makes Animals Look Like Fairytale Characters By Creating Beautiful Flower Crowns

Freya’s Floral Company is a company created by college professor Yarely that offers beautifully crafted flower crowns for both animals and their owners. It all started when Yarely made one for her Australian shepherd Freya – people instantly fell in love with them and that’s when the artist decided to start making them for other dogs to spread the love.

Even though Yarely sometimes uses the same flowers to create her crowns, she says that each one is unique and even offers her customers an option to place a custom order.

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Even though many pet owners wanted their pets to pose in Yarely’s flower crowns, one of her main models is a cat named Leonidas – an Instagram star from Chicago with over 150k followers.

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Leo modeled many crowns for Freya’s Floral Company and gathered thousands of likes with many people praising the cat for his fashion sense.

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“I knew nothing about making crowns so I just winged it. After posting a photo of Freya in her crown I received a lot of positive feedback,” said Yarely in an interview with Bored Panda. As a Chicana and Spanish speaker, the artist says she draws inspiration from the colors and vibrant energy of Mexico.

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When asked how she gets the animals to wear her crowns, Yarely says she recommends bribery – that’s how she trained her dog Freya to wear one.

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“Freya is the heart of my business. We joke that she is my quality assurance coworker,” says Yarely. “I test experimental pieces on her to make sure they are sturdy enough to sell. […] She is a great model (when she wants to be). Although I get photos of her, she definitely gives me some sass.”

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She revealed that Leo is also a big inspiration when creating the crowns and his owner is a huge source of support for her. “I am proud to announce that Leo has the biggest Freya’s Floral Co. collection and he is a source of inspiration,” says Yarely.

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“I’ve often seen photos of dogs in flower crowns, so I thought cats could rock them too!” says Jane, the owner of Leo. “Luckily Leo is a very laid back kitty, and lets me put the crowns on his head.”

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Jane says that people love seeing Leo in the beautiful flower crowns – and it’s not hard to see why. Check out more pictures of Leo and other animals in the beautiful flower crowns in the gallery below!

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Hospital Asks For People’s Help With Pain From Wearing A Face Mask All Day, This Boy Scout Delivers

In light of the novel coronavirus pandemic ravaging the world, the famous saying “not all heroes wear capes” applies to more and more people every day. The doctors and the rest of the medical staff fighting the virus on the frontlines, all the people who can’t stay home and are going to work every day, keeping our civilization intact and functioning as it’s supposed to – shopkeepers, cashiers, electricians, plumbers, garbagemen, you name it. We also can’t forget the people who are locking themselves at home so they can relieve at least some of the tension on the healthcare system of their country.

And yet another hero has joined these forces. Canadian boy scout Quinn Callander recently responded to the call of help by his local hospital and figured out a brilliant way to relieve some of the pain the medical workers have to deal with from wearing protective gear all day long every single day on the frontlines.

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After his local hospital asked people to help out medics with the pain they endure from wearing protective masks all day, Canadian boy scout Quinn Callander couldn’t just stand by

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Due to the novel coronavirus pandemic, hospitals all over the world are overflowing with COVID-19 patients. But the patients are not the only ones suffering. Medical staff are forced to wear layers of protective gear that painfully digs into their skin day by day.

He figured he would use his 3D printing skills to create an “ear guard” for medical workers who have to wear masks all day

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After one Canadian hospital asked people to help their medical staff deal with this problem, boy scout Quinn didn’t hesitate for a moment and used his 3D printer to create a genius yet simple solution – ear guards that prevent the security straps on surgical masks from rubbing into the back of the ears and head of the one wearing it.

That protects the security straps from rubbing on their ears all day

“Quinn answered a request from the local hospitals for help with creating “ear guards” to help take the pressure off health care workers’ ears from wearing masks all day. He got busy on his 3D printer and has been turning out dozens of ear guards to donate,” Quinn’s mom Heather wrote on Facebook.

He’s not only printed dozens of these ‘ear guards” to donate but has also made the file he’s using public

They also shared the file he’s using publicly so that anyone could get their 3D printers working for a greater cause and help the medical staff in their area. You can find the file here and let’s all start printing!

So people all over the world can make their printers useful and help out their local hospitals as well

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“We need more volunteers to fire up their 3D printers and donate these ear guards to hospitals and medical professionals!” says his mom, Heather

People found young scout’s actions really heroic

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People Are Recreating Famous Paintings In Their Homes (35 Pics)

Just because the museums are currently closed due to the quarantine, this doesn’t mean you can’t enjoy art. And some museums are actually encouraging people to create art themselves! Just a few days ago, Getty (J. Paul Getty Museum) challenged people to recreate a work of art using the objects they have in their homes – and the results did not disappoint.

The challenge quickly went viral and people began submitting all sorts of improvised masterpieces. The Pinchuk Art Centre in Kyiv, Ukraine, and the Dutch Tussen Kunst en Quarantaine Instagram also encouraged people to try their hand at recreating art. See how the most creative recreations in the gallery below!

More info: Getty.edu | Twitter | Facebook | Instagram | YouTube | PinchukArtCentre.org

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Someone Creates A Transparent Jigsaw Puzzle And It’s Evil

Jigsaw puzzles are a great way to pass time while you’re stuck in quarantine. However, someone came up with a way to make this fun and relaxing activity into a nightmare. We present to you – transparent jigsaw puzzles. That’s right, now you’ll also have to worry about accidentally misplacing a piece because all of them are completely see-through. It’s wonderfully evil – the only thing that could make it worse is if it had no edges.

More info: Etsy

Someone came up with a transparent jigsaw puzzle and it’s almost too evil

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You can get one for yourself (or your worse enemy) on Etsy from a seller named LittleFlowerPotShop.

You can choose from three different sizes

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The puzzles come in four different sizes ranging from the easiest 3×3, consisting of only nine pieces, to the most difficult 12×12 one, containing a whopping 144 pieces.

The puzzle pieces are made from clear cast acrylic

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While the 3×3 one will only take you a few minutes to solve, the seller says that the 12×12 one can take you days to complete.

The prices of the puzzles start at $16.99

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The puzzles are currently sold out but you can pre-order one and have it shipped in around 4 weeks.

People who bought the puzzles seem to love them



And others can’t wait to try them



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40 Hilariously Creative Ways People Are Protecting Themselves From The Coronavirus

It shouldn’t come as a surprise but toilet paper isn’t the only thing that’s scarce these days – face masks and other personal protective equipment (PPE) is in dire need too. Naturally, this led to some people getting creative and coming up with all sorts of ways of protecting themselves. And let’s just say that not all attempts were entirely successful.

People are using anything at their disposal – from pads to medieval armor – to protect themselves and it seems like there’s no limit to their creativity. Check out all the unique ways people are protecting themselves from the coronavirus in the gallery below!

#1 Quarantine Fun With Mom! Only Masks Available On-Line

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#2 A Stranger Took A Picture Of Me Wearing The Proper PPE For A Trip To Walmart For Just The Essentials

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#3 Now I Can’t Touch My Face

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#4 Remember, It Has To Be With Wings

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#5 As Seen In A Supermarket In Quebec

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#6 This Guy Didn’t Have A Mask, So He Came To The Orthopedist As A Polar Bear

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#7 You Always Gotta Be Careful When Going To Supermarkets, Especially With COVID-19 Right Now

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#8 Covid Drip

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#9 Corona Virus Becomes Human

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#11 Plague Doctor With Garlic Is Here

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#12 This Is Going Way Too Far

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#13 When You Care About Your Health But Also Don’t Care About Your Health

#14 Corona Protection

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#15 How To Date On Quarantine

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#16 Who Needs Face Masks, Or Hand Sanitizer When You Can Have Beskar Armour To Protect Against Corona?

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#17 Not Getting The Coronavirus. Spotted In The Atlanta Airport

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#18 When My Daughter Has No Face Mask To Go Outside But Says “Don’t Worry Dad, I Got This!”

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#19 How To Protect Your Car From The Coronavirus

#20 This Woman Who Came Into Our Restaurant Said This Is The Only Protective Mask She Could Find

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#21 Shopping For The Plague

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#22 I Understand The Fear Of Coronavirus, But What Is That?

#23 Mask Shortage Improvisation

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#24 Gotta Stay Stylish

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#25 Meanwhile In Georgia

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#26 Next

#27 Mr. Ghost

#28 Protection In Russia

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#29 Improvise, Adapt And Overcome

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#30 No Masks, No Problem

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#31 Italians Dealing With Lack Of Face Masks

#32 Coronavirus Protection?

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#33 How They Quarantine In Breaux Bridge, LA

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#34 Facemask

#35 Who Had The Good Idea To Pull Out The Soviet Asbestos Masks?

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#36 What Is Going On Here?

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#37 Man’s ‘Genius’ Way Of Protecting Himself During Coronavirus Pandemic

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#38 When Modern Problems Require Modern Solutions

#39 Not The Safety We Needed, But The Safety We Deserve

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#40 With No Face Masks On The Shelves, The Mighty Emperor Provides During These Troubling Times. In Perth, Western Australia

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