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James Adamson
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I am looking for a source of sponge products. Fruits, Vegetables, tools, etc. Anybody come across a website for those types of products?

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RickVancouver
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This may be what you're looking for...

http://www.peacheykeene.com/prop%20catolog.htm

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Goshman is the company most known for sponge products (besides PeacheyKeene). I'd also try some of the clown sites (Bubba Sikes) and for some original sponge and spring items, http://www.paul-howard-pro-magic.co.uk/
James Adamson
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The idea I have uses a Rabbit Bucket and is based on reading out of a cook book and at the end produce the rabbit, this is why I am looking for vegetables or the like sponge products. Do not want to break the M*****!

The carrot looks nice form PeachyKeene, just need more products.
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Alan Wong has some great sponge products. I got a sponge ice cream cone set last time I saw him. PM for his email if you want it.
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I have checked Alan Wong's products just not what I need.

Internet search does not provide sources either.

Any other contacts would be appreciated.
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My memory could be off, but I seem to remember that Owen Magic Supreme had a line of rubber food at one time. What I am recalling is from a hard copy catalog many years ago. In addition to the dove and canary, there was food as well. I checked their website before posting, and didn't see it. You could try contacting them and asking.

Years ago, I got some sponge food (colourful "sandwiches", and "cake", and "fruit" such as slices of watermelon and cantaloupe) from a dollar store. They were bathtub sponge toys. That's another idea.

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James,

You might also want to consider latex products. They look very realistic, they're soft, and they don't require too much space.

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James Adamson
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Found two sizes of plush carrot toys at PetSmart. I will check into the above suggested ideas since I would prefer to use something else, instead of just carrots.
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