Select character or general imaginary figure to make. If making a recognizable figure – you may want to include particular characteristics – such as a baseball cap if it is to be a b... read more ›
1) Parents cut block of Styrofoam down at one end to create an angular wedge shape, by trimming off the two lower corners of block. Use these corners to fashion the mummy’s feet. Sco... read more ›
Rappit Plaster Cloth is a wonderful craft material, you can cover almost anything with it and it will take on the shape of the object. For example, balloons, boxes, wire shapes, but please don’t cover... read more ›
1. Trace the heart and circle pattern onto the Styrofoam block or press the cookie cutters into the block, cut out with a craft knife. Flatten the bottom of the heart on a hard surfa... read more ›
1. Enlarge the map to fit on the STYROFOAM® Block, about 100%.
2. Cut the map out, lay it on the block, trace around the map.
3. Trace the map with all the state borders on tra... read more ›
1. Depending on how many pencil toppers/book marks you plan to make will depend on how much Mache you need to mix up. 1 cup of dry Mache mixed with 1 cup of warm water will make seve... read more ›
1. Mix 2-3 cups dry Celluclay with 1-1 ½ cups water, knead like bread dough. Flatten the mixture, put it between 2 pieces of bubble wrap and flatten, remove the bubble wrap, lay the shee... read more ›
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