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How 2 Make A Banana Split for Harry Styles

Impressive Paper Mache Banana Split

#harrysbananasplit

Using recyclables around the house and a little paper mache you can make this whimsical banana split for Harry Styles.
I know just a little about Harry from my partner Madison (daughter) whom is a fan of 1D and tells me that Harry especially likes bananas.
So messing around in the studio we created #harrysbananasplit. Best of all if you are coming to Philly for the 1D Concert you will see our banana.

How to Make a Little Glittery Star

Little Glittery Paper Mache Star

Little Glittery Paper Mache Star

Using a little cardboard, paper mache, and glitter you can make a little twinkle star.
Your stars can be hug on a Christmas tree or make several for a unique baby mobile.

DIY Paper Mache Long Tusked Walrus Head

Impressive Paper Mache Walrus Taxidermy

Finished Walrus Head for decorating

Using recyclables around the house and a little paper mache we will make a unique walrus.
Walrus are large animated mammals that offer endless possibilities. By focusing in on their prominent features such as their tusks, whiskers, and bulkiness you can't go wrong creating your own walrus head.

Exclusive Octopus Tentacles for Your Art Collection

Paper Clay Octopus Tentacles for Sale

We are so excited to offer two one of a kind octopus tentacles for your ever growing art collection.
The octopus tentacles are handcrafted paper mache covered in paper clay creating a strong and lasting finish.
The colors are true to picture brilliant blue under tone with washes of purple, orange, and white. The octopus tentacles is accented with a light turquoise and a light wash on the leg.

How to Create a Worm with Dough Clay

Dough clay is a very versatile and inexpensive medium that kids love getting their hands into. The can learn measurement, mixing, and molding with a little salt, flour, and water.
How to Create a Worm with Dough Clay

It is good clean fun for all ages.

Dough Clay Worm on a Leaf

 

Sculpting Design
You will use nine pieces of clay to create your little worm on a leaf. It is important to knead the dough in your hands as you make the design to push out any air pockets that could cause cracking.

10 Common Dough Clay Questions or Facts

Dough Clay Questions or Facts


Dough clay examples
Let me try to answer any questions that you may have concerning making and baking your dough clay.
1. Sticky Dough
Sticky dough causes shapes to run together so that shapes are not well defined when baked. Also, sticky dough is very hard to form into shapes because it doesn't want to leave your fingers. Just add flour to stiffen it up.

2. Stiff Dough
Stiff dough will crack when baking, and is difficult to shape. Add water, just a few drops at a time, until it is workable.

How to Make a Cute Dotson Dog

Diy Dough Clay Dotson

 

Sculpting Design
You will use nine pieces of clay to create your little dog. It is important to knead the dough in your hands as you make the design to push out any air pockets that could cause cracking.
1. Body: Roll a ball of dough about the size of a silver dollar for the body. This will be done on your cookie sheet. On thick clay pieces you can take a small needle to make small holes to release any air pockets.
2. Four Paws: Roll out four pea-sized balls for the paws, slightly wet the paws and attach to the body of your dog.