I’m always thrilled when people use my books and videos and to make something they love.   Here are more photos sent to me from people doing paper mache.  If you would like to share a paper mache project on this site, send it to me at: dan@gourmetpapermache.com.

Christine Evans was heading to a Harry Potter con.  She decided to bring a paper mache dragon.  This is what she came up with!  Excellent glowing eyes!

Christine Evan's paper mache Lily

Another shot.  Very surreal!

Christine Evan's paper mache trophy-Lily

And he is in great company!  Wonderful piece!

christine Evan's paper mache dragon trophy at con


Many people have purchased my books and made paper mache dragon trophies.  I’ve always told people that while my books may be helpful, they can make great dragons just by looking at the videos and photos.  That is what Maria did.  And she made one of the coolest paper mache dragon trophies I’ve seen.   I love it!

maria's paper mache dragon trophy2

And from another angle

maria's paper mache dragon trophy mouth


And here is one made by Chris D and Todd C.   They were kind enough to put my book in the photo.   It’s fantastic!  I feel like a grandparent!

Chris D and Todd C's paper mache dragon trophy


Noelle’s son Jasper decided to enter a local art show.   He used paper mache as a base and then added scales made with origami.  Very clever!  Great job Jasper!

Jasper's paper mache project


Check out Melissa’s children building their own paper mache dragon.  Note the photo of my “William” on the wall.   They are making a project that is loosely based upon that photo.  I think it looks great!

melissas kids paper mache dragon2

Here it is finished.   Wonderful!

melissas kids paper mache dragon3


Here is Jack’s paper mache “Heterodontosaurus” (Jack is on the left)

Jacks paper mache Heterodontosaurus

It is Jack’s first paper mache project.

paper mache Heterodontosaurus2



Here is Kenni Vliet’s paper mache bird.  This is his first paper mache project.  Excellent job!

Kenni Vliet's paper mache bird


Below is another first time paper mache project.  A great monster made by Joanne Secord.   Wonderful!

joanne secord's paper mache monster



Jerry and Lindsay Upcraft’s were asked to make a rustic  paper mache skull  based upon the Texas Longhorn logo.  This is what they came up with.  Just amazing I think!   It looks real to me.

Jerry and Lindsay Upcraft's paper mache rustic skull


Banu Yagcioglu  made this paper mache tree made with his very talented son.   Great work!

Banu Yagcioglu 's paper mache tree made wth son

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