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Wanted: A WHITE mossed rabbit!

Posted by crowspice z4B IL (My Page) on
Thu, May 29, 08 at 23:51

This will probably rank among the most odd questions ever posted on this site! But here goes: I have a giant-sized mossed topiary rabbit - nothing growing in or on it - just a solid moss-filled bunny frame. I am a vendor in a garden fair coming up VERY soon. My booth's theme is Alice in Wonderland. I do not HAVE to use this sitting rabbit, but am thinking he would make a fine white rabbit with the easy addition of a waist-coat, pocket watch and pink sunglasses - EXCEPT that he is mossy GREEN! Iam very reluctant to spray paint his moss - that would be so permanent, and yet I do not have time for intricate rose-bowl parade-type coverings either. I have thought of flocking but do not want permanency. This rabbit would be a huge "draw" and yet will be outdoors for two days - possibly getting wet even. Is this a lost cause or does someone have some ingenious idea for temporarily making a giant mossed green rabbit white??!!! Madness?

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RE: Wanted: A WHITE mossed rabbit!

Even tho this forum is pretty slow, I check it every so often and just now found your post. What did you decide to do? I can't think of any solution, sorry.

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