Clay/Paper Mache' Van Gogh's Starry Night Cake

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Introduction: Clay/Paper Mache' Van Gogh's Starry Night Cake

This is a fun Paper Mache'/Clay project that I enjoy doing. It takes several days to complete but last forever!

Step 1:

I cut strips of old news paper.

Step 2:

Then, I dipped the strips of newspaper in a wash composed of clay and water. This is a very thin mixture.

Step 3:

Next, laying each piece across recycled plastic containers, I repeated this process to get five layers. It dries out to be very hard and durable surface.

Step 4:

Last, I painted the cake to resemble my favorite Artist-Vincent Van Gogh's Starry Night!

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    16 Discussions

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    kkatlyn
    kkatlyn

    4 years ago

    wow

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    hallstrick
    hallstrick

    4 years ago

    This is a winner

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    wolfman13
    wolfman13

    4 years ago

    This entree should win

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    clifford22
    clifford22

    4 years ago

    This is amazing

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    748596
    748596

    4 years ago

    nice work!

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    josh555
    josh555

    4 years ago

    looks so delish

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    Hillary Clinton
    Hillary Clinton

    4 years ago

    This took alot of time, hope mthis one wins

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    Hillary Clinton
    Hillary Clinton

    4 years ago

    Man this is some really good art and once i become president I will put this in the hall of fame for art

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    84127
    84127

    4 years ago

    That cake looks good enough to eat!

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    jcallahan1960
    jcallahan1960

    4 years ago

    wow! Amazing tribute to Van Gogh

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    sarahgdavis
    sarahgdavis

    4 years ago

    That's totally awesome!

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    Donald_J_Trump
    Donald_J_Trump

    4 years ago

    I, Donald J. Trump, love this artwork!

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    Swansong
    Swansong

    4 years ago

    It's pretty :) Do you have any progress photos from when you were making it?