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Vases using recycled board, chipboard, and making tape. Good idea for smaller models befor building the real thing.

Vases using recycled board, chipboard, and making tape. Good idea for smaller models befor building the real thing. OR paper mache it or plaster it.

How to make decorative bowls/vases made with papier-mâché and patterned Japanese paper (in French) #floral

How to make decorative bowls/vases made with papier-mâché and patterned Japanese paper (in French)

My grade seven students were learning about Greece and the teacher wanted some ideas how to integrate art into this theme. Part of the unit involved writing a myth. In social studies class the students wrote their myth and painted their ideas on large construction paper and what integration was happening in the art room? They created amazing paper mache red and black figure Greek vases with recycled cardboard pieces and painted their myth on them. See more about this lesson

My grade seven students were learning about Greece and the teacher wanted some ideas how to integrate art into this theme. Part of the unit involved writing a myth. In social studies class the student

How to Make a Papier Mâché Vase: 16 steps (with pictures)

Make a Papier Mâché Vase

How to Make a Papier Mâché Vase. A papier mâché vase can be a fun rainy day craft or a unique gift idea for someone special. While papier mâché is somewhat time consuming because of the drying times involved, the process is quite easy.

Red-figured neck-amphora (jar), attributed to the Libation Painter.    Greek, about 350-325 BC  Made in Campania, Italy; from Sant'Agata de' Goti, Campania, Italy    A warrior departs    The elongated shape of this vase is characteristic of amphorae from Campania at this time. The Libation Painter is named from his fondness for scenes in which a woman and man are engaged in pouring a libation, an offering made to the gods to secure the warrior's safety and success.

Red-figured neck-amphora (jar), attributed to the Libation Painter. Greek, about 350-325 BC Made in Campania, Italy; from Sant'Agata de' Goti, Campania, Italy A warrior departs The elongated shape of this vase is characteristic of amphorae from Campania at this time. The Libation Painter is named from his fondness for scenes in which a woman and man are engaged in pouring a libation, an offering made to the gods to secure the warrior's safety and success.

How to make paper mache vases from newspaper and plastic containers

Don't throw out those plastic containers. This guide will show you how to make paper mache vases from them. Green crafts for children and adults.

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