I did a paper-mache project with the 6th grade class and as I was researching different paper-mache recipes (and stuck with the old tried-and-true flour and water), I saw a post where the people used that casting material (where the plaster is on the fabric) and it gave me texture ideas...
- Library catalog card base with cheesecloth laid over with Teresa Collins Modeling paste pasted over top
- Lindy's Stamp Gang Magicals in Frosty Forest Green and Milk Chocolate Brown
- Tim's photobooth buddy was coated with Finnibar crackle paste (still not a huge fan...) then I scratched off the flaky Finnabar paste and wiped it with Bundled Sage Distress Paint.
- Flowers from my stash
- A wood chip rose from Michael's (I think) coated with the Finnabar crackle paste and then Prima Artisan Hardware powder in ivory with negligible effects.
- Stamen by Wilton inked with Distress Alcohol Ink in Meadow
What did I miss? Maybe it was simple, but it looks dramatic. A fun mixed-media project.
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