Paper Mache Embossed Painting

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Introduction: Paper Mache Embossed Painting

About: I Love Making Awesome Stuff

Materials:

  1. Hardboard Sheet
  2. Tissue Paper Roll
  3. White Flour
  4. PVA Glue
  5. White Oil Paint (better to have matt finish)
  6. Brush
  7. Fork
  8. Spoon
  9. Ice Cream Stick

Step 1: Preparation

  1. Soak tissue paper in warm water.
  2. After 10 minutes, squeeze the tissue and drain water thoroughly.
  3. Break the tissue into small pieces.
  4. Add white flour and PVA Glue.
  5. Mash as much as possible.
  6. Draw the objects on hardboard which you want to make like Tree,Reindeer,etc.

Step 2:

  1. Apply paper mache on drawing.
  2. Use Ice cream stick and spoon handle to make it smooth.
  3. Use fork to make texture on tree stem.

Step 3:

Use spoon to make tree dense leaves.

Step 4:

Apply white paint and let it to dry.

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    10 Comments

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    Nidhyati Gupta
    Nidhyati Gupta

    1 year ago

    Can we leave white flour ?
    Or can use wheat flour

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    myakka-23
    myakka-23

    1 year ago

    Wow, this is beautiful, I second Doc H., so many creative opportunities,, thank you.

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    robbadooz
    robbadooz

    3 years ago

    How come oil paint? Can it be water-based as well?

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    Awesome Crafts
    Awesome Crafts

    Reply 3 years ago

    Oil paint is not necessary, water-based can also be used. But the beauty of oil paints is that they protect the painting from moisture. Secondly, water based paints again make the painting slightly wet but its not a big deal put it again in sunshine and after some hours it will dry up.

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    robbadooz
    robbadooz

    3 years ago

    Ooh! What great inspiration! Thanks!

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    Awesome Crafts
    Awesome Crafts

    Reply 3 years ago

    Thank you so much.

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    Awesome Crafts
    Awesome Crafts

    Reply 3 years ago

    Thank you so much.

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    Doc Holliday
    Doc Holliday

    4 years ago

    There are so many creative opportunities here!

    Thank you,
    – David

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    Awesome Crafts
    Awesome Crafts

    Reply 4 years ago

    Thank you, Sir David.