Paper Mache Faux Trophy Mount Wall Sculptures 4-Pattern Set
Save $5 when you buy the 4-pattern set.
These realistic faux trophy mount sculptures are fun to make with card stock, paper mache and paint.
Display them on your own wall, or create four unique gifts that will be treasured for years.
Included are four printable patterns for: a Life-sized Baby African Elephant, a Jackrabbit, a Giant African Bullfrog, and a Black Bear.
What happens after you order:
This is a downloadable PDF Pattern with full instructions, so there’s no waiting, and no shipping costs. You can start on your project right away
You’ll be able to download your pattern right after you order. You’ll also receive an email with the download link, and a separate receipt. The emails may take a few minutes to arrive. If you don’t see them, be sure to check your spam or promotions folder.
Be sure to download your pattern directly to your computer or device, so you can access it again later.
If you’re new to building paper mache sculptures with papercraft patterns, start with the silly green bullfrog. After that, the other three sculptures will be easy! Make them for your own walls, or create four wonderful gifts for your animal-loving family and friends.
Just print the downloadable patterns on card stock, cut them out, and tape them together, using the numbered tabs. The patterns create all the shapes for you. Just covr them with paper mache or paper mache clay, and paint.
If you’d rather make just one wall sculpture (or if you’d like to see the videos that show you how each pattern is used to create these wall sculptures), click on the following links:
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