Posts Tagged ‘Contemporary Papier Mache’

It’s all over

Tuesday, 1 April 2008

Game Final!
This is my completed NatCroMo game. Thank you so much to everyone who has taken part and made this work. I wish I’d used colours that went better together, but I like all the yarns individually…

Now I have to finish the Seraphina, and then I can try out some of my inspiration from the game.

91. Contemporary Papier Mache: Colorful Sculpture, Jewelry, and Home Acessories by Gilat Nadivi

I don’t think I’ve done anything with papier mache since I was a child, but this book is making me want to give it another go. It has a wide variety of project suggestions, giving a sense of the range of possibilities available. It doesn’t let you forget how important paint is in most papier mache.

92. Animal Groups: Life in a Herd: Elephants by Richard & Louise Spilsbury

These two really have written a lot of books, haven’t they? They write well, and this is an informative and interesting read. Elephants are beautiful creatures of great dignity, and both are well shown in this book.

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