BrandToykraftt TypePapier Mache Ideal ForUnisex Age Group7+ Years ContentsNewspaper Plaster of Paris Gauze: 1 packet PVA glue: 2 Tempera paints: 6 colours White acrylic paint: 1 Binding board cut-outs: 4 Petroleum jelly Brush: 1 Balloons: 2 Plastic stopper: 1 Bowl mould: 1 Tissue paper: 1 packet Masking tape Blunt knife Sandpaper strip Papier Mache book Instruction manualTo Make4 Papier mache articles including papier piggy bank, vase, tray and file holder
WHAT IS PAPIER MACHE? It is a process where a number of layers of torn paper strips are stuck to a basic mould. Once dry, the Papier Mache is removed from the mould to produce a replica item which is both strong and light. The piece can then be built up and decorated.
WHAT DOES THIS KIT CONTAIN? The contents provided in this Art and Craft kit from Toykraft contain Newspaper sheets, Plaster of Paris Gauze, PVA glue, Tempera paints in a canister of 6 colours, White acrylic paint, Binding board cut-outs, Petroleum jelly Paintbrush, Balloons, Plastic stopper, Bowl mould, Tissue paper, Masking tape, Blunt knife, Sandpaper strip, a Papier Mache book and an Instruction Manual.
WHAT PAPIER MACHE ARTICLES DO YOU MAKE? Papier Mache is really easy to do, and there are very few requirements. The contents, papier-mache book and instructions provided in this kit will enable the hobbyist to make a rich array of amazing items. These include a piggy bank, tray, open box, leaf-shaped artifact, mobile holder, bowl, and A stationery holder.
HOW DO YOU DO PAPIER MACHE? The newspaper must be torn and not cut out since the slightly irregular edges blend with the less obvious seams when the strips are pasted down. As a first layer you could also plaster the frame-work with tissue paper. After preparing the mould surface with paint primer, it can be painted in different hues and textures as per one’s desires. A preventive coat of varnish can be applied to the objects for strength and life.
USES OF PAPIER MACHE Papier Mache can be made into bowls, jewelry, wall ornaments. dolls, masks, etc. It can also be used as a substitute for traditional sculpture. A Papier Mache object is made by building up layers of glued paper on a mould or by using Paper Mache pulp. When the layers are dry, the form is eased from the mould and decorated.