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Winged Rhinoceros Unicorn Luring Butterflies with Peanut Butter - Take 2 fabric by glimmericks on Spoonflower - custom fabric

Preview scale: 21.0 x 18.0 inches.

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By Pamela Rinehart

Mostly digital art/all originals - do not copy (Copyright Pamela Rinehart - all rights reserved) | YES - you can make/sell anything made with fabric you buy | view fabric collections for a better experience

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Click "GLIMMERICKS" above to visit my shop. Visit http://www.glimmericks.com/fabric-collections.html for an organized list of my collections.

Yes. It IS utterly ridiculous and therefore had to be done. Now I will have to write a children's story to go with it. A pen sketch photographed and digitally manipulated. I will have to try this again sometime. If you want this or any other design "railroaded" (turned 90 degrees), just let me know. This design is also available in other colors and scales upon request. Just message me on my shop or through my website www.glimmericks.com,or leave a comment. I can usually handle special requests to adjust an existing design within 24 hours. Want something different? Have an idea but need it worked into a unique design? Just ask! I can modify colors, rescale or create coordinates as well as entirely new designs and do custom work upon request.
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eclecti...

eclectic_house says: I have lots of photos of many different species of butterflies feeding on overripe berries, pollen and nectar (depends on the species what they eat. They actually are a very important pollinator group. There is one rare tropical species that eats meat, which is a scary thought. :^)

Posted over 3 years ago.

weaving...

weavingmajor says: Haha - I can't wait for the story to go with! Edsel - I don't know about silkworm moths (other than they are bred to make silk rather than survive in the wild) but butterflies do nectar on flowers and ripe fruit. They don't have a mouth like we do but they do have a proboscis - a long strawlike mouth.

Posted over 3 years ago.

edsel2084

edsel2084 says: Adorable, but...I don't think butterflies eat. Caterpillars eat like there is no tomorrow. Then they barf, spin their cocoon and wait. They emerge a butterfly or moth to hold the ultimate egg laying and fertilizing orgy--and then they die. The silkworm moths I've raised couldn't be attracted to food if they tried. They don't have mouths. So your children's story is going to have to add an equally ridiculous reason why butterflies would like peanut butter because they can't eat it. I am not 100% sure if there is some species of moth or butterfly that does eat, but I don't think so. The moth holes in clothes are from the hatched eggs, not the momma. Of course rhinos don't have wings either, so YOUR butterflies could have mouths. But you would have to make that part of their wackiness--the butterflies that had mouths.

Posted over 3 years ago.

katiame

katiame says: Hhhhhhahahahahaha.....what a crafty little rhino he is!! :)

Posted over 3 years ago.

amy_g

amy_g says: Utterly ridiculous is a really good thing!!!! I love how your mind works....this is perfect!!!! :o)

Posted over 3 years ago.