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Full Mantle

Posted by Creekbum (My Page) on
Sat, Apr 12, 14 at 19:09

This is a picture of the full fireplace!

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RE: Full Mantle

Looks really good. While you're bunny hunting, have you thought about checking garden shops for larger ones? I've gotten several stone bunnies of various sizes at different ones. Just remembered when I saw your hearth. You can always easily paint them white if the color isn't what you want. Two of mine are just grey stone, one is white with touches of green, and another is
solid white. The biggest weighs like 40 lbs!! LOL. He was at Pier 1 last Spring! Here he is....

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I called every garden center listed. No one had Rabbits! LOL
Don't know where they are.

Yours are all Beautiful!!


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Thanks Creek, you should have seen me getting that huge, 40 lb bunny in the house. LOL. I'm surprised with Spring on us, the garden centers don't have rabbit statues. Maybe they are more popular here in Phoenix?

hugs, Karen

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Beautiful full view, creek! that 40 pounder!!! ;-)

Good luck on the unt, creek! Jeanne S.

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Creek, this is my other BIG concrete rabbit, he's almost 3 ft high. He probably weighs around 40 lbs too. I found him at a small garden statuary shop a couple of years ago. LOVE him and had to bring him home. With help.
sorry photo is so big

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Karen, He is gorgeous!! I guess I am just looking to hard for Rabbits. When I least expect them is when I will see them. But, I am on the look out!

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