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1  Preserving a Potato? in More Art, Less Craft: Discussion and Questions by Panik on: January 09, 2006 12:10:33 AM
Maybe some of you can help me!:

I have this potato I found, and it's shaped like a heart! I can't throw the thing away! I just can't. I need to make it into something. I was thinking about carving it out and making something like a shadow box inside, or some kind of weird little shrine, and painting the outside.

I know this sounds really weird. I can't let such an awesome find go to waste though...I found it in a dumpster for christsakes!

Big problem though, I don't know how to like...preserve the potato. Or seal it? So that is doesn't you know, rot. Is it even possible to do this? It seem like it should be.

HELP!

and because I know everyone's soooo interested, here's a picture!



so cute...someone help!!!
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