Bottle Pencil Case

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Posted by Merryn | Posted in Bottles, Paper Mache, Papier Mache, Teacher's Day, Vehicle | Posted on 30-05-2013 | 13,307 views

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This is a great school holiday crafts for kids. Today we will be transforming a simple plastic bottle into a cool Airplane Pencil Case.
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Papier Mache Airplane Pencil Case

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– Slit open an empty plastic bottle.
– Cut wings and tail out of old carton boxes and tape them onto the bottle
– Cut strips of old newspaper into small pieces and soak them in water
– Glue paper all over the entire bottle with the last layer being plain white paper.
– Let dry overnight

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Paint the airplane and glue a 20cm zipper around the opening.

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The Papier Mache Airplane Pencil Case is ready for your kids to show off to friends when school reopens ^_^

Paper Mache Aeroplane

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Posted by Merryn | Posted in Bottles, Craft from Recycled Materials, Paper Crafts, Papier Mache, Vehicle | Posted on 15-06-2011 | 22,888 views

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We are very excited today. We did a paper mache aeroplane! We can now build our very own toys! Yeay!

Paper Mache Aeroplane

Cut wings and tail out of paper plate and attach to an empty plastic bottle using masking tape.

Spread glue on the bottle and paste wet shredded paper. Repeat until the entire bottle is covered.

It is best to paste few layers to get solid and hard aeroplane.

Finish with a layer of white recycled paper and let dry.

Paint it with the colour of your choice.

Decorate it.

Paint windows and all. Let dry and spray a layer of varnish to seal the paint.

He now has a new aeroplane to play with! 😀

Papier Mache Pottery

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Posted by Merryn | Posted in Crafty Crafted Friends, Papier Mache | Posted on 06-04-2011 | 5,331 views

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The little sprouts of My Little Sprouts did this awesome papier mache pottery.

Papier Mache pottery

To learn how you can turn these balloons into pots, click here for the full instruction.

Thank you My Little Sprouts for sharing your creative pottery art with us 😀