Arabian Sand Gazelle Paper Craft

The Arabian Sand Gazelle, also known as Al-Reem is native to deserts in the Arabian Peninsula. It is considered a vulnerable species because of uncontrolled hunting and the degradation of its habitats.

The Environment Agency – Abu Dhabi designed a program that protects this breed of gazelle, and now shelters over 55,000 of them.

Photo from The National

You will create the face of the Arabian Sand Gazelle using layers of card stock paper.

The templates provided to you in your kit will help you create the face of the gazelle, and the pieces are numbered in chronological order for when it is time to assemble them.

This is what your Arabian Sand Gazelle will look like after the layers are assembled together.

Materials you will use from your Art Kit:

  • Colored cardstock paper in A4 size (beige & orange 1pc each, yellow & black 2pcs each)
  • Scissors
  • Glue stick
  • Template on A3 size paper (3 pages)

Published by Farah Nasrawi

A multi-hyphenate designer, an artist, a teacher