I’m always thrilled when people use my books and videos and to make something they love. Here are some more photos of paper mache art people have sent to me. If you would like me to post your photos, send them to me at, firstname.lastname@example.org. Enjoy!
Here is Kim and Katrina’s paper mache dragon head. They said they
couldn’t make the body because the dog “got to it”. Bad dog! Well, the head is wonderful.
Here is Natascha’s monster drinking his morning coffee. Perfect!
Speaking of cool monsters. Check out Cameron’s monster. Both so cute!
And here is Grace with her monster. Wonderful.
Here is Meredith’s first dragon. Very nice!
Look at this fantastic project made by Teri Eichborn for a baby shower. It’s called “Priority Mail”. Really great!
Below is Linda’s paper mache pig (with cat of course!).
Look at Hayley’s “Cycloptosaurus”. Adorable.
Mr Zack Brown had his students make some zombie presidents. Here are a few. So clever!
This is Andrew Jackson
And paper mache Martin Van Burant.
And finally Thomas Jefferson.
By the way, this is Mr Zack’s own project called “Two Face”
And here are a couple of final projects from Zack’s class. It’s called “Charlie the Nematode” and “Bernie the Goblin.”
And …Pru and Luke and Gus’ paper cache monsters!
Below is Kim’s first paper cache project, a Tiger. Amazing job. I love the little cat following in the background.
Look at this cute little dragon that Shauna made. His name is “Barry”
Speaking of cute dragons…..check this out! This is Thomas’ paper mache dragon trophy that he made for the back of his truck! I love this!
While we are on a dragon roll, here is Rob’s “Gertrude”. Beautiful.
And Renee’s cute little dragon.
Renee also made this “Teddy Dragon.” Love it.
This is my friend Nacho’s dragon. Wonderful!
Look at this great giraffe “Sweet Pea” made by Linda. So nice!
This is Jeremy’s excellent robot!
Here is something cute…Marilena’s “Guardian” dragon (and Sam)
Another great dragon trophy. This time made by Kasandra. Terrific!
Two last dragons. Donna with her great trophy!
and her rendition of my little “William” (the star of my children’s book, William’s Treasure.
Here is something different, and really cool! Charlene made this paper cache fireplace! Amazing!
Finally, here are three very special paper mache projects. Cynthia makes these to honer breast cancer survivors. What else can you say?
The first is called, “Isis”
Here is her breast cancer “Armor”
And finally, her “Brave New World Devolution.” Beautiful work!