Introduction: 3D Animal Safari Wall Art
This unique wall art is so colorful and wild, it's like Andy Warhol just went on an African safari!
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Step 1: Materials
Here's what you will need for this wild wall art idea:
- plastic animals (I bought a package of 4 plastic animals from the Dollar Store)
- a small canvas (I used a 10 x 10 inch canvas)
- E6000 glue or hot glue
- heat gun or utility knife
- acrylic paints and / or spray paint
- paint brush
- painter's tape
Step 2: Paint Canvas
To start, with your painter's tape, tape off 4 squares, and fill each one with a different color.
Step 3: Prep Animals
Now, take your plastic animals and use a heat knife or utility knife to cut them in half. You will only need the parts with the heads. Then, paint each one a different color and let dry. You can use regular paint or spray paint for better coverage.
Step 4: Glue on Animals
Then, use E600 glue to attach each animal into a different square and let dry completely.
Step 5: Hang and Enjoy!
Then, once it's dry hang it up on your walls and enjoy!
For my animals, I used a lion, an elephant, a horse, and a rhino.