Pattern for a Paper Mache Pig Wall Sculpture
Add some happiness to your home with this easy wall sculpture pattern.
This downloadable pattern will help you make a quick gift for someone who loves pigs, or for a child who loves the Charlotte Web book or movie. It’s an easy pattern and a quick project.
Give yourself about an hour to print the pattern, attach it to cardboard from two cereal boxes, and then cut out the pieces and tape them together. You’ll need another hour to add some details to his eyes, mouth and nose so he has an expression you really like.
One layer of paper mache is all this piggie needs, and you can paint him as soon as the paper mache is dry.
I painted mine fast, and you can see how I did it in the second video below. The first video gives you a quick overview of how the pattern is put together, but complete instructions come with the downloadable digital file. There’s also a link in the pattern to another video that shows you how to give your paper mache pig that happy expression.
This pattern is not intended for children because cutting out the pieces and taping them together would be frustrating for them. However, children would love to paint the pig if an adult puts it together for them.
And it would be an adorable on the wall in a child’s room.
This is a downloadable PDF Pattern with full illustrated instructions: 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.
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