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Miranda uses glossy magazine paper and egg cartons to make her pulp.
Wendy Harford lifts the lid on the techniques she uses for her fabulous creations.
Martin Favreau shares with us his tried and tested recipes for pulped papier mache.
The basics you need to know to get started with this art form.
Scylla’s version of cartonnage - how to make a cartonnage bird
Artist and sculptress Dorothy has just turned her hand at papier mache - and what an impressive beast!
Here is a lovely tutorial from Nives Cicin Sain. The flower is made from all found materials.
Ricky Patassini was commissioned to make a giant sized head of David Oppenheimer and this is how he did it.
A giant sized project by Louie Rochon. He takes us through every step of the way from basic design to despatch of the finished piece.
Make a charming mermaid puppet - fun to make and play with.
David demonstrates how to make a realistic, lightweight paper mache blue tit.
David's Sally Cats are quick and simple to make.
With Donald Drennan's help you can make yourself stand out with this realistic Tiki mask.
This tutorial will show you how to make lovely little Indian figures from throwaway plastic bottles.
A whacky cartoon sculpture of the "Killer Chicken".
Louis Rochon designed and created these wonderful "FisHeads" and shows us how it is done.
An attractive decorative mobile using just clear film, tissue paper and wire.
Jilly Tinniswood demonstrates eco-friendly furniture making with this delightful pedestal throne.
Directions to make a lovely Boston Terrier which you could easily adapt to any other breed of dog.
Follow Pat's simple instructions to make a cute, comical dog.
Bring the sunshine into your home with these delightful daisies.
Curtis Manges shows us in detail how he made a superb papier mache giraffe and gives plenty of tips and ideas to get your model as realistic as possible.
Pun Hui shows how to turn a simple 2D picture into a stunning 3D papier mache model.
Ricardo Gonzales has designed this stunning papier mache lamp shade which would enhance any room.
An introduction to the use of moulds with pulped papier mache.
This delightful tutorial will give you invaluable help in making yourself a lovely papier mache doll.
Make a parade of colourful penguins using long, straight balloons.
Terry shows us how to make these lovable little old men, each with their own unique character.
Step by step guide to make colourful skulls in ancient Mexican tradition.
Instructions to make fun little halloween decorations of devils, witches, cats, pumpkins and skulls!
These papier mache bowls are easy and fun to make, using the layering method of papier mache.
These easy steps will guide you through the basics needed to complete a generic piñata.
Make a 3D papier mache picture to hang on your wall.
Recycle those waxed juice and milk cartons... Turn them into a birdhouse!
Let Karen show you the magic and mystery of bringing a mask to life!
Korean artist Pun Hui passes on her skills in making lifelike figurines.
All you need to know to make these ever popular seasonal characters.