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Papier Mache

Papier Mache
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Petite Histoire du Papier Mâché I-intro Qui n’a pas entendu parler du papier mâché? Une technique qui consiste à récupérer du papier, le tremper, le déchirer ou le broyer pour en obtenir de la pulpe et d’y ajouter un liant afin d’en faire une multitude d’objets allant de l’utilitaire au pur décoratif, du petit format au carrément grand. Le papier mâché a eu ses heures de gloire et semble ne pas avoir très bonne réputation aujourd’hui. Les qualités de ce matériau sont nombreuses: Il est extrêmement résistant, absolument non-toxique, facile d’utilisation, économique. II -Petite Histoire Il est difficile de donner une date à l’invention du papier mâché. III- La technique La technique de base est toujours la même mais de nombreuses variantes existent. IV- Conclusion Chez Design Artisanal, on aime beaucoup travailler le papier mâché!

How to Create Papier Mâché: 11 Steps Edit Article Preparing the Papier MâchéCreating the Papier Mâché Edited by Krystle C., Jamie Bresee, Erika Altek, Lisa Brooks and 80 others Papier-mâché (pap-yay mash-ay) or paper mâché (paper mash-ay) is an easy to make, hard material that can be used to cover various surfaces. It is often used in arts and crafts to make various sculptures, fruit bowls, puppets, dolls and much more. Ad Steps Part 1 of 2: Preparing the Papier Mâché Papier Mâché Step 1.360p.mp41Clear an area. Part 2 of 2: Creating the Papier Mâché Tips Warnings recette papier mâché La pulpe de papier mâché est faite d'une base de papier, d'un peu de plâtre et de liant. Elle restera utilisable en la laissant dans un frigo pour une longue période.....J'ai gardé de la pulpe environ 8 mois sans aucun problèmes; il suffit juste d'ajouter un peu de pâte de colle à papier pour qu'elle soit malléable à nouveau. J'utilise le plus souvent du papier de récupération de bureau passé au destructeur de documents et j'en mélange une grande quantité (idéal pour construire de gros projets). Vous pouvez aussi utiliser du papier de toilette comme base. Le produit final sera plus fin (à utiliser pour de petits projets qui doivent avoir une texture fine). Le papier journal convient aussi, on peut par exemple le mixer avec un peu de sciure. Y ajouter des oxydes, de la teinture pour les tissus, etc (en observant le même mode d'emploi que pour les tissus) Un peu de plâtre de Paris, très peu. Ce sont des adhésifs. Un peu d'huile de lin bouillie sera ajoutée à votre mixture Finitions

How to Paper Mache tear newspaper into strips. HINT: always make the last layer of mache with white computer paper or paper towel so that painting is easier. It takes FAR less paint. If you don't do this, consider priming the project with white acrylic paint before you let the kids at it with the poster paint Make paper mache paste (there are many different options): OPTION 1: 3/4 white glue to 1/4 water (or if using a good, thick glue, like elmers you can do 1/2 and 1/2) OPTION 2: COOK METHOD: 1 part flour to 5 parts water... boil about 3 minutes and let cool (my favorite! it's the cheapest method and is nice and smooth) OPTION 3: 1 part flour to 1 part water. Stir together.Suggestion from a viewer..." Cover your project with no more than 4 layers of paper mache. Trish offered these tips for working with paper mache... "I briefly looked at your dolphin paper mache... Salt can be added to prolong shelf life." Thanks Trish!

621396b5d5cbef95654e4d8880654226 Paper Mache Recipes This page contains recipes for several kinds of home-made paper mache paste, and home-made gesso recipes for finishing your sculptures. I have been messing around with paper mache for over 50 years and up until a few months ago I always came back to the easiest paper mache recipes, using plain old white flour and water paste with torn strips of newspaper. Now, however, I have abandoned the traditional layered paper process and use my new paper mache clay recipe and/or the even newer silky-smooth air-dry clay recipe for most my sculptures. Paper Mache Paste Recipes: Paper Mache Recipe #1 White flour and water make a remarkably strong paste. Boiled Flour and Water Paste: Many people use a paste that is made of white flour and water that has been brought to a boil. Raw Flour and Water Paste: This is the paste I almost always use, because it’s stronger than boiled paste and you can complete a project with only a few layers of paper. How thick should you make your paste? Glue-Based paste:

krysta No-Cook Paper Mache Paste Recipe This is definitely the easiest paper mache paste recipe you can make. All you need is flour, water, and a large bowl. Of course, you will also need a spoon or whisk to stir up the mixture. Ingredients Needed: Water Flour Instructions: To make this paste, simply mix together 1 part flour to 2 parts water. A few helpful tips I have read in regards to using this paste are: If you live in an area with high humidity, add a few tablespoons of salt to help prevent mold. You should be able to store this glue in a covered bowl or jar, in the refrigerator, for a few days.

Evolution3 How To Paper Mache Did you know that you can create pretty much anything using Paper Mache techniques? Discover how easy it is by using the instructions and resources I provide here. One of my favorite things about paper mache is that you probably have everything you need to create masterpieces lying around your home right now, both in the recycling bin and the kitchen cupboards. Start out by making a base for your project, then whip up a batch of glue and you are ready to start crafting. Make a Base Form Learn how you can easily create forms for your paper mache projects. You can actually use supplies as simple as cardboard and masking tape to design almost anything! Paper Mache Paste and Pulp Recipes There are a variety of recipes available for making paste and pulp. Step-By-Step Directions Following these step-by-step instructions, people of all ages can enjoy paper mache. Project Ideas You will discover almost anything can be created using paper mache.

abstracthumansculpture 1 How to Make Paper Mache Pulp Use this recipe to make a pulp mixture using newspaper and water. It is great to use for adding fine details to your paper mache projects. You should be able to mold it almost like clay. Materials Needed: Newspaper Water Salt Glue Instructions: Start off by tearing the newspaper into tiny pieces and putting them in a large bowl. Once your newspaper has soaked for several hours, get your hands into it. Once you have it as smooth as possible, add a few tablespoons of salt to help retard mold. If you don't want to wait overnight, you can add your newspaper to boiling water and let it boil until the newspaper falls apart. Tip from Anna: "I used your method to boil newspaper pieces in boiling water in order to make paper mache pulp. Store your pulp in an air tight baggie or bowl in the refrigerator for several days!

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