Glueing teeny tiny strips of paper towels
to the bottom half of plastic easter eggs that have been
attached to little wooden dowels, of course.
Mushrooms? Boobies? Tiny umbrellas?
I'm not telling.
But here's a sneak peek at a corner of today's table,
if you wanna try to figure it out.
I'm playing with paper mache and paperclay today. Almost anything is up for grabs when it comes time to make armatures-- Styrofoam, wood, cardboard, plastic easter eggs. . . My favorite armature-building material is recycled priority mail boxes. That's what most of this table's stuff started out as. (You can find the template for making those little houses here.)
I'm down to my last little bits of paperclay, but there's more on the way. Goody goody! It's best when it's fresh. I love Creative Paperclay brand best. We can't buy it anywhere within 80 miles, but we periodically order a big batch online and save lots of moolah. My paper towel supply is still going strong, which is good beacuse who knows when I'll come across more of my favorite kind. And I have enough white glue to last awhile. Ya think? I had that big ole jug-o-glue on the kitchen counter the other day and almost poured some on my Cheerios instead of milk. Oops!
What favorite art supply
can you not live without?