2.26.2011

Underneath

I'll give you a hint:
I'm trying to keep them from sitting on walls.
Paper mache and first layer of paperclay done. Now to do some touch-up clay, drying, sanding, then I can start with the painty paint. That's my favorite part!

9 comments:

  1. ...You are so stinkin' amazing! And I mean that in the BEST way! ;o)

    ...Too cute - I can't wait to see the finished items!

    ...Happy Weekend!

    ...Blessings... :o)

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  2. Those are so fun. I got plastic eggs to use with my braided eggs. I sanded them first and then glued the braids on.

    Debbie

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  3. They are too cute! May I ask how you drilled the holes to attached the legs without shattering the plastic egg?? They are truly inspired!

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  4. wow, i love seeing the step by step process. it's so fascinating. i want to give paper mache a try... i've worked with polymer clay before.... and have done the paper strip kind of paper mache.. do you make your own paper clay or buy it?
    I love what everyone is creating with it!
    i can't wait to see your little creations come alive!

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  5. looking forward to seeing them when done!

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  6. Heaven forbid if they had a great fall! Wonderful Humpteys!

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  7. OHHHHHH NOOOOOOOOOO, JOOOOOOOO! You won't believe this, but I too have started several (4 actually) clay over paper mache eggs. Not HUMPTYS, but still. And after seeing YOURS, I think I may just quietly and discreetly carry MY pitiful lil' critters outside to Ye Olde Trash Can! Yours are MAHHHH-VELOUS! Can't wait to see them finished!

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  8. Want to quickly see what happens! I love your work!

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