What constitutes a graven image?

Hi! So I was reading this article the other day and it basically said that everything 3-D that is made in the image of God’s creation is a graven image, including stuffed animals, carved statuettes, figurines, ceramics of the sun and moon, etc… I was wondering if this was true. I know it sounds really silly. I always thought these kind of things were totally fine, as long as nothing becomes more important to you than God. Thanks!

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