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  1. Jozsef
    Jozsef at |

    Can you make pokemon sculptures?It’ll be very cool!=)

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  2. Alicia
    Alicia at |

    Also I am doing a project for school and i used chickenwire for the base of my model and i was wondering if i need to put something on top of the chicken wire before placing the paper mache clay

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  3. Alicia
    Alicia at |

    hi I really want to make this for my mom because she loved this bunny but i was wondering if I could make the mold of this bunny using regular newspaper like the other projects instead of using the super sculpey… and if I can would it be too hard to create the body?

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  4. May
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    Thanks for the tips Jonni, it was really helpful! I’m plaining on starting it today or tomorrow (it depends). Also, i will let you know how it comes out. And i’am glad to hear that you are going to do more projects. I’m excited about the next bunny project, can’t wait for it to come out! Thanks again. ~May

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  5. May
    May at |

    Wow this project is so cute and adorable! I’m also going to try this out. And the best part is that it looks just like my rabbit. But i had to give it away because i couldn’t keep it anymore. Is there any tips you can give to me? You explained everything really nicely and it was easy to understand. Thank you so much! I hope you can do more! Your very skilled and talented. Again thank you for sharing!
    ~May

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  6. Monica
    Monica at |

    the idea of making paper mache with clay for the model got me inspired to make a panda for my sister.
    i finished it in 2 days!

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  7. Ann Thompson
    Ann Thompson at |

    When you are using the new clay, do you use the paper strips like in regular paper mache? Or is it simply the clay that is layed over the Sculpey? And do you “water down” this clay to the cream like consistency for the inner layer? This sounds like such a wonderful way to sculpt, I am eager to try it! Thank you very much for your assistance!!!
    Best wishes,
    Ann Thompson

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  8. Dr.of the doomed
    Dr.of the doomed at |

    Your wittle bunny is da cutest ting I ever saw. I wuv it. :)

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  9. Lori
    Lori at |

    Hi Jonni–

    I absolutely LOVE your site! So much good information, and so well written and photographed. You’re such an incredibly talented artist–your projects have inspired me tremendously. I can’t wait to get my hands sticky!

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  10. Sue
    Sue at |

    Hi, I have recently started decorating papier mache and have found finding bunnies a hard task. I’m ready to try my hand at it after reading your methods. However, do you sell any of your designs? Or would it be more cost efficient for me to try it myself?

    Your bunnies are beautiful! Just what I am looking for, but not finding. Thank you for the useful information, and if you would, please email me with the answer about whether you sell your designs, otherwise I will never find this page again!

    Thanks!
    Sue

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  11. Elinor
    Elinor at |

    Love your little bunny . so cute. I would like to get into paper mache more. I have only made a couple of pieces.

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