Papier-mâché (which means 'chewed-up paper' in French) is a construction material that consists of pieces of paper, sometimes reinforced with textiles, stuck together using a wet paste (e.g. glue, starch, or wallpaper adhesive). The crafted object becomes solid when the paste dries.
Provides instructions with background information about the history of pottery making.
A gallery of work by Ellen Carlier with instructions and a history of the use of papier mache in different countries.
Activity instructions with information about turtle egg hatching & incubation.
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