Hello, welcome to my blog! If you are anything like me, you still have not let go of those childhood magical fairies that secretly live in your garden and come to life when you’re not looking! Their cottages are topped with flower petals and their […]
Discovering the Art of Paper Mache
Did you now that paperclay.com also sells another type of clay called Delight™ Air Dry Clay? This clay is much lighter than Creative PaperclayⓇ and air dries to about half the weight! It is still durable and can be colored with water-based media before you sculpt […]
Hello and welcome to my blog! Today I will show you how to sculpt this cute little hedgehog using Creative Paperclay ®. Isn’t it adorable? To see how to make this come on over to creativepaperclay.blogspot.com. Thanks for stopping by!
Creative Paper Clay® is not only for sculpting. It can be used to create unique embellishments for your next mixed media project! Today, I will show you how to make some simple embellishments using Creative Paper Clay® and decorate them. As a bonus, I will […]
Hello! I am so excited to share with you my first tutorial as a Creative Paper Clay ® Design Team Member! I am going to show you how to make this fabulous sculpture of Humpty Dumpty. He is not just sitting on an ordinary wall, […]
It’s almost that time of year again where we decorate our homes with spring bunnies and Easter eggs, so why not make our own decorations using plastic Easter eggs and some Creative Paper Clay®? What you will need: Creative Paper Clay® Plastic Easter […]
Hi! This part 2 of my tutorial Making an Easter Egg Swag. If you missed part 1 it is here. In this section, we are going begin by fixing any cracks in the clay. We will then move onto sanding, painting, and decorating your eggs. Finally, […]
There are many great recipes out there for paper mache paste. This is a collection of recipes I have found. I have tried Stolloweens recipe and it is my favourite. I have also used wallpaper paste mixed with pva glue. My approximate measurements are
Jonni Clay I discovered Jonni’s website when I 1st started paper mache sculpting about 7 years ago. She has a fabulous clay recipe which I have been using since then. It dries hard and is very durable. All my pieces are still in pristine condition.
Cold porcelain clay can be made at home with only a few basic ingredients. It is a very soft clay that is easy to manipulate and great for kids (with supervision of course) or arthritic hands. It dries rock hard.