Need a use for leftover Halloween candy? Make a papier-mache Turkey pinata to entertain the kids on Thanksgiving.
Papier-Mache is an inexpensive and relatively easy craft project. Recycled newspaper is ideal for the paper component and you can even make the paste!
An antiqued effect turns a plain mache box into a pretty keepsake box adorned with colorful dragonflies.
If you've ever wanted to make papier mache crafts but didn't know where to start, this Active Celluclay Instant Papier Mache demonstration is sure to help you out. This product is versatile and easy-to-use, making it ideal for all kinds of crafters.
With different molds, you can create a variety of papier-mache items.
This bunny, easily painted with paint writers and shimmering with glamour dust, is egg-actly what your Easter decorating needs.
For a cute variation on traditional painted Easter eggs, paint one to look like a little baby chick with a bit of glitter.
Host a tea party with the girls and use these cute little ornaments as place settings or gift tags. Use your favorite scrapbook paper and check out the recipe for homemade mint tea.
Once you have the proper paste mixture, you can begin to papier mache. It's really quite easy.
Papier mache cones and ball ornaments combine in this modern holiday centerpiece set off with dazzling metallic colors.