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Sean Spicer ‘Bush Ornaments’ Are Now a Thing

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Look no further for the perfect way to “spice” up your garden this spring.

Facebook user Lisa Kadonaga has created the “Garden Spicer,” a spoof of an incident on Tuesday in which Trump press secretary Sean Spicer hid from reporters “among” the bushes outside the White House following news of the president’s firing of FBI Director James Comey.

Kadonaga took to Facebook to share photos of her creation, which is essentially a cardboard cutout of the top of Spicer’s head mounted on a stick.

“Here’s something I made this afternoon,” she captioned. “Now you too can have the White House press secretary in — or rather ‘among’ — the bushes in your yard.”

Facebook users reacted to the craft with delight, with one declaring it “the new garden Gnome.”

“More like garden troll,” chimed in another commenter.

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Spicer impersonator Melissa McCarthy also poked fun of the moment in a promo for her upcoming SNL appearance this weekend.

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In a GIF shared to her Instagram, McCarthy is in full “Spicey” costume as she waves her arms and rushes angrily at the camera.

Straight out da bushes @nbcsnl #snllivecoasttocoast #snl

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“Straight out da bushes,” she captioned the post.