Make Beautiful Sculptures and Masks with Paper Mache and Paper Mache Clay
Paper mache recipes.
You can find all the traditional paper mache paste recipes on this site, plus my famous paper mache clay recipe (and several new variations). You can always find the recipe you’re looking for under the Recipes link at the tip of the site.
Or download my free booklet, The 5 Best Recipes for Paper Mache.
Paper Mache Tutorials.
If you’re looking for an idea for your next paper mache project, we’ve got lots – there are over 480 tutorials and projects on this site, and more are added all the time. You’ll find them organized by category on the Blog-Art Library page.
If you have a particular project in mind, try the search bar. You will always find the search icon at the top of the site.
Paper Mache Community.
I’m Jonni Good, the creator of this site and the author of several best-selling sculpting books on amazon.com. You’ll find me on the Daily Sculptors page almost every day, along with many other friendly and supportive folks who love creating beautiful things with this exciting medium. Be sure to drop by and say “hi.” We’d love to meet you.
Use this cheap DIY silicone mold material to create texture stamps to use on your clay projects. My first experiment used my own recipe for air dry clay. It should also work very well with Apoxie Sculpt or any other epoxy clay, and might work with polymer clay.
This tutorial shows how inexpensive glass cabochons can be painted to create realistic eyes for paper mache animal sculptures.
This paper mache tutorial shows you how to make a large giraffe. This post was written by Lezlei Young, who made the giraffe for Vacation Bible School.
Our friend Maud Berglund, from Sweden, creates beautiful horse sculptures with wire, wire mesh, paper mache clay and bronze paint. She’s only been sculpting since
In this video I show you how I make cooked flour and water paste for my paper mache sculptures, and when it’s worth extra time to make it.