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15 hours ago, PhantomAquarist said:

Wow! Those cabbages look real! Nice job! :)

Thanks. They're crumpled up pieces of straw wrapping paper collected from frequent fast food trips while on vacation. Then poured copious amounts of liquid superglue onto them so they'd harden up and not expand when exposed to paint.

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