Paper Mache Bulldog

Jonni’s Sculptures

The images below show you some of my recent paper mache and paper mache clay sculptures. Please contact me if you have any questions about these sculptures.

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  • Dear Jonni

    Just wanted to say thank you so much. I love reading your articles and watching your videos.

    I have made some paper mache lamp shades using the raw glue recipes, I am loving them!

    Thank you so much. :)


  • I can’t stop making these animals, as soon as I finish one I start another, each one takes about a week for the drying period; Thanks Joni, I love, Love doing these !!!

    • I know exactly what you mean. I keep mixing up bowls of paper pulp and nothing is safe. I currently have the makings of an Inro drying in my porch.

  • I can’t stop making these animals thanks to you, each one takes about one week depending on the drying time, as soon as I finish one I start another; now I have no more room in my den, I’ll have to move !!!

  • Ho Jonni!

    Just wanted to thank you for all your instructional videos and recipes. I “accidently” cound you when i was scouring the Internet for foam tosculpture an OLaf for our outdood christmas decorations.

    Needless to say I ended up making him from paper mache. Ive tried to waterproof him the best I can but have a feeling he wont make it past Christmas.

    Anyway I wante to share with you.

    • What a cheerful display for the holidays! I hope you can keep him for next year, too. If he seems a bit soft when you bring him inside after Christmas, you may be able to dry him out again. Then if he’s stored in a dry place, he might make it for a few more holiday seasons.

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