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Amanda Warrington Glues Giant Puzzle To Her Living Room Wall (PHOTOS)

And it only took her 1,000 hours to complete it.

We’ve seen some pretty interesting accent walls but this one definitely takes the cake.

Amanda Warrington of England has completed one of the world’s largest puzzles, and glued the 24,000 pieces to her living room wall using a strong DIY adhesive.

According to South West News Service, the puzzle, called Life: The Great Challenge, is 14 feet by 5 feet and took Warrington 1,000 hours to complete. Once she finished, she cut the puzzle into quarters and used No More Nails, a heavy-duty glue to paste the colorful fish, animals, boats and planets onto the surface. “I didn’t really know what to do with it when I first started, but it was so pretty I thought it would look good on my wall,” she told the agency.

Warrington received the puzzle from her sister and worked toward completing the project after work and on weekend. The self-described puzzle addict says she has no plans to attempt the world’s largest, Double Retrospect. “I’m not going to do it simply because I do not have enough room,” she said.

Click through our slideshow to see Warrington’s amazing work and head over to SWNS for the full story.

Crazy Accent Wall

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