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Tropical fish I made with homemade paper maché clay.
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India has rich art and culture which beautifully reflects in food, clothes, handicrafts and more. Kashmir being the paradise on earth has wide range of handicraft products which are handmade and hand painted by skilful local artisans. Paper Mache (paper embroidery) is the most beautiful handicrafts of Kashmir and here showcasing Paper Mache storage box.

It is made of fine wood with intricate Kashmiri carving. It can be used to store small and delicate items or just be used as a decorative item. The elegant and royal look of the product will enhance your interiors. This is traditionally used as a jewelry storage box and it can be used for anything you wish.

Visit the link for more information: https://indianarte-handicraft.blogspot.in/2018/03/handcrafted-kashmiri-jewelry-box.html

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This Kashmiri Paper Mache box is handcrafted by the local artisans of Kashmir. The intricately crafted black coloured box with golden hues has been designed for those with an exquisite taste. It will add a touch of regality to your home by placing it on wall shelves in your living area or on your dressing table.

Visit the link for more information: https://indianarte-handicraft.blogspot.in/2018/03/paper-mache-handcrafted-box-kashmiri.html
Paper Mache Handcrafted Box - Kashmiri Handicraft
Paper Mache Handcrafted Box - Kashmiri Handicraft
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Hi all I am into the scary monster models that Dan Reeder makes. I recently started mixing polyfilla with paper pulp for clay but it still takes days to dry out. Was wondering if anyone knows a mixture that is quicker.

i tried making paper mache pulp for the first time a few days ago. not good - consistency of cottage cheese and it's still wet after 3 days outside. any suggestions? thanks in advance

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Pape mache Christmas village train tunnel.
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