Your Paper Mache -Page 10
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: firstname.lastname@example.org.
Here is Annie Joy’s paper mache snake. She saw the video of my Naga and made her own snake. This has way more charm than my snake. I really like it.
Below is Dakota’s first paper mache dragon trophy. Fantastic!
And here is Dakota’s second dragon (two views). Amazing!
Speaking of dragon trophies, check out Luke Salter’s first trophy. Again, fantastic job!
Here is something a little different. Jeff Sherer decided he needed a drinking helmet. (Luke is the one in front, with the beer) Fun!
Jeff has been at it again. Look at his viking helmet below! Wonderful!
Jeff doesn’t just make masks Here is his “Krampus” with “Freaky the Snowman”. Love them!
Here is Megan’s first paper mache dragon. So cute!
Check out Marty Armentrout’s paper mache projects! How would you like to have this staring at you while you work!
And Marty also made this paper mache “Baba Yaga’s house on legs”. Incredible!
Those of you who have played the video game “Zelda”, you’ll recognize this. It is Maria’s paper mache “Majora’s mask”. I love it!
Garth and Marisol have been busy making paper mache. Below is their “Medusa” followed by “Zeus.”
And here is something different! This is Garth and Marisol’s latest, “Baby Tyson” and “Baby Grover.” Cute… I think.
I love marionettes. Below is Marcus’ paper mache puppet. Great job!
Dan Fitzpatrick goes all out for Halloween. Look at this paper mache Dragon over his door! Just fantastic!
This deserves a close-up. I love it this.
Sherie made a paper mache mask for her fiance, Nick. What a great mask! that is Sherie on the right with Nick wearing his mask.
Speaking of masks, here are some “Walking Heads” made by Willow Roseaux. These people are on their way to Mardi Gras. What fun! See more at Willows website here.
My friend Justin decided to make a very large paper mache dragon for a castle close to where he lives. Look at what he made! Just unbelievable!