The last way I tried didn't turn out too bad. I didn't try a recipe, I just guessed. I had some old water based wallpaper paste laying around so I figured I'd use it for something. I watered it down quite a bit. Tore strips from an old phone book (got to recycle ;) lol!), dipped the strips in the solution and layed them on my mold. People usually use 1 part flour to 2 parts water plus 3 tablespoons of salt or 1part elmers glue to 2 parts water or just some liquid starch. For paper you can use newspaper or phone book pages.
Papier-mâché is usually made my stretching strips of paper or fabric soaked in a thin glue over a structural frame. The form that I grew up with was strips of newspaper and a paste made from water, flour, and a little glue. Most recipes use Elmer's white glue and water, and nothing else, so I would recommend trying that. The mixture is two parts glue to one part water, although this depends on the thickness of the glue. Mix water into the glue until you get a consistency a bit thicker than milk. You'll want to work in layers as you spread the strips of cloth or paper over your frame, letting each layer air dry completely before applying the next one. The strips of each layer should overlap a little, and you should probably only do between two and four layers, depending on the size of your project.
"Papier-mâché" is French for "chewed-up paper."
Paper or Papier Mache is a cross between a clay like and plastic substance that can be used to create various designs. Most of these designs are used as household ornamentation. Paper Mache is very popular with kids.
The inner layers of the paper mache can be made with news papers. Since this does not have to be painted over. It is advisable to use printer paper or chart paper on the exterior because it is easy to paint over these and decorate. Mix glue and water in a ratio of 3:1. Even flour can be added to this mixture. Add some salt to this mixture. Completely soak papers in water and mix it with the glue. The amount of water used in paper mache will be determined by the general humidity levels. Stir the mixture and it will soon begin to look and feel like clay. This can now be molded into any form.
If you do not want to take too much trouble with the glue and flour then any good PVC glue from the market will do the trick.
Hi you are reading about paper masha you must tear newspaper into small pieces and let it soak in water for at least 12 hours!
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Put one part of flour then one part two parts of water
No you just get glue and the other things.....
Things you can make out of paper masha