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A conversation got started recently on the blog about how fun it would be to see all the elephants that people have made using my baby elephant pattern and video tutorial. It was Soul’s idea originally, and many people gave it a thumbs up – including me.
So I gathered together all the paper mache elephant pictures I could find in the comments on this site. There are over 26 pages of comments that have the word “elephant” in them, and a lot of comment images that show an elephant don’t actually use that word in the comment – so I may have missed a few. If your elephant got left out of this “class reunion,” please let me know and I’ll add it to the gallery.
And if you made an elephant but were too shy to show it off, I hope you’ll do it now. Just add a comment below, and upload a photo of your paper mache elephant. I’ll add it to the gallery at the top of the post so everyone can see it. We would all love to see how your elephant turned out.
I’m amazed by how much personality each elephant has, and how different all of them are. Thanks Soul, for suggesting this post – you were right. It is a lot of fun seeing them all together.
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