Paper Alpaca

Size: 70x27x22 cm

The Alpaca kit contains:
  • 3 large colored templates and 1 large white templates.
  • Additional white details.
  • A test shape to practice, folding and building instructions.
  • Fast drying glue and a folding lath.

Add scissors / little craft knife and that’s all you need to assemble this Alpaca yourself! 🙂

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Make your own wall decoration with this 3D paper Alpaca animal head!

You can now take the Peruvian lifestyle into your home decoration in a very animal friendly way. All our paper creations are made with FSC-paper. And so is this 3D paper Alpaca animal head. Perefect in combination with a bohemian style, or super cute in a childs room! Assembling this 3D paper Alpaca animal head is like a mindful journey. It will keep you busy for a few hours with an amazing result. The feeling of joy when you are ready with assembling this beautiful curious Alpaca is great!

The Alpaca kit contains:

  • 3 large colored templates and 1 large white templates.
  • Additional white details.
  • A test shape to practice, folding and building instructions.
  • Fast drying glue and a folding lath.

Add scissors / little craft knife and that’s all you need to assemble this Alpaca yourself! 🙂

Alpaca facts:

The Scientific Name of the funny Alpaca is Vicugna pacos. An Alpaca is a completely domesticated animal, that is why alpacas live for a pretty long time. If you take good care of an alpaca, they live for up to 20 years or so. There are no wild alpacas. That is because Alpacas are domesticated versions of Vicuñas, South American ruminants that live high in the Andes. Alpacas are related to llamas, which are domesticated versions of another wild Andean ruminant, the Guanaco.

Llamas are used as pack animals, alpacas are raised mainly for their soft wool. Additionally their wool is some of the silkiest, most versatile fiber in nature. In fact, their fur is stronger than mohair, warmer than goose down, and more breathable than thermal knits. They look sweet and fluffy but they don’t mind to spit! Spitting is used to warn an aggressor away.

Peru has the world’s largest alpaca population. Most alpacas are 48-54 inches tall and weigh anywhere from 106 to 185 pounds. An alpaca can become quite old, for example, the longest documented lifespan of an alpaca is 28 years. Alpaca’s are about 36 inches tall at the withers. Females begin reproducing at approximately age 2, and have one baby (called a cria) at a time.

Make a real Peruvian alpaca and download the extra decorations here for free: Dropbox download

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