Way back at the beginning of the pandemic, Eames put out a pdf pattern of their famous elephant (usually an ottomon or table). I think the idea was to print it out on cardstock, and let your kid colour it, but I had these two scraps of old silver-plated trays that were each already almost the exact right shape, so I made some slight modifications and made this little critter.
This is an art object, not a toy. There is only one of each scrapbeast, and will only ever be one of each scrapbeast. The nature of scrapbeasts is that they are drawn directly on some oddly shaped bit of scrap that would otherwise be hard to use, with the goal of using as much of that existing scrap as possible, and then textured, formed, and forged as complete one-offs. They are easy to dust and not subject to moths, so can be put out on a shelf or wherever you want them, and do not require a glass case. If your cat knocks one off a shelf, you'll be able to bend them back pretty easily, but if someone decides their wings "flap" or their legs "walk" the metal will fatigue and eventually break just like if you mess with a paperclip too much. If you decide that this piece is seasonal decor, you should be able to pack it up with no more worry than any other piece of holiday decor, just make sure to provide enough padding that she doesn't scratch your second favourite piece. As is, They are not sanded; I don't usually sell unsanded work but, frankly, the idea of them being just a little dangerous amuses me. They are not "slice your hand" sharp, but are, perhaps "be a little careful when opening your package" sharp. I am offering an "un-dangerfy" option if you would like them fully sanded before mailing. Sanding all those little fingers takes a while, so the un-dangerfy option is also a bit pricier.