It's great to get the kids to make Christmas presents for relatives and friends. It gives them a sense of pride to make and then gift something. This upcycled fabric bowl makes a great craft gift from kids. To find out how to make your own bowls check out @redted's brilliantly detailed step by step guide. https://www.redtedart.com/how-to-make-a-fabric-mache-bowl/ 📷: Christina Pelquin
"I love those "Nature Table" plates that you get in Anthropologie and have quite a few myself. I thought it would be fun to make a giant bowl to compliment them. I found a bowl in my kitchen to use as a mold to make this big paper mache bowl. I simply used an old newspaper for the paper mache. Once it was all dry I painted the bowl white and then decoupaged them with gorgeous vintage images. You can download the images for free off my website."
Our children's art group met again yesterday to make papier mache bowls. This is a somewhat messy project, so we took our art table outside. Everyone brought a small bowl to use as a mold and I covered each with plastic wrap, securing it on the inside with masking tape. Then we had the kids turn them upside down and start layering on the papier-mache. We used torn newspaper strips which the kids dipped into a handmade paste mixture. Papier mache paste recipe Mix 1 part flour to 2 parts…
This past weekend was project weekend in our house. I found a fabulous paper mache project online from Bread & Buttons (UPDATE-SORRY THIS LINK NO LONGER WORKS! I DONT KNOW WHAT HAPPENED TO THEM) that both my 8 year old and I just had to try. We love how they came out! Nate’s bowl is the bl