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10 Awesome DIY Faux Taxidermy Projects

Faux taxidermy is a fun trend that is popping up all over the place. It can be expensive to buy, so why not make some yourself? Here are 10 awesome DIY faux taxidermy projects to get your started.

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    DIY TAXIDERMY

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  • Masks 2 of 11
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    A genius and adorable way to dress up a nursery. So clever!

    See more here on The Alison Show.

  • Norwhal 3 of 11
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    How cute is this? I love the striped horn and anchor print. Adorable.

    See more here on One More Mushroom.

  • Bear 4 of 11
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    I absolutely love this little bear. Doesn't he look so cheery? 

    See more here on Mermag.

  • Party Rhino 5 of 11
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    I mean, come on. How can you not love this little guy? It's always a party with him on the wall.

    Get it here for $30 on Etsy.

  • Unicorn 6 of 11
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    Why be restricted to animals that actually exist? This unicorn is perfect. I love the visible print.

    See more here on Lil Blue Boo.

  • Zebra 7 of 11
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    This zebra is amazing. I am kind of in love with it.

    See more here on Cut Out And Keep.

  • Cardstock 8 of 11
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    I love the all white look of this one. And the layered look! So cool.

    See more here on Know and Tell Crafts.

  • Wire 9 of 11
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    I love the industrial feel of this one. So, so rad. 

    See more here on Instructables

  • Cardboard 10 of 11
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    If you have some boxes, you can make this one. So you have no excuse. Get on that.

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  • Dinos 11 of 11
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    Grab your kid's dinosaurs and make some cool golden dino busts. Sweet, right?

    See more here on Eat Sleep Make.

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