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thedandyunderworld:  Caddisfly larvae build protective cases using materials found in their environment. Artist Hubert Duprat supplied them with gold leaf and precious stones. This is what they created. Neat.

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My Snowy Owl is coming along nicely - the cardboard pattern has now been filled out with crumpled paper and masking tape, and I'm ready to start adding paper mache clay. You can see how it was done in the photos below. If you want to use traditional paper strips and paste when you make your own owl, that will work just fine, but you might want to cut individual feathers out of heavy paper or light cardboard to make it easier to get the wing and tail feathers looking the way you want them to…

My Snowy Owl is coming along nicely - the cardboard pattern has now been filled out with crumpled paper and masking tape, and I'm ready to start adding paper mache clay. You can see how it was done in the photos below. If you want to use traditional paper strips and paste when you make your own owl, that will work just fine, but you might want to cut individual feathers out of heavy paper or light cardboard to make it easier to get the wing and tail feathers looking the way you want them to…

Project Difficulty Level: Intermediate. This little paper mache lop-eared rabbit was a lot of fun to make, and only cost a few pennies in materials. I found some wonderful models for my bunny out at MyBunnyBlog.com, and if you happen to live in England you could actually adopt one of the beautiful rabbits they show on their site. For now, I'll just make do with this little bunny sculpture. If you'd like to make one like it, you can follow the photos below. Step 1: As with most of the paper…

Project Difficulty Level: Intermediate. This little paper mache lop-eared rabbit was a lot of fun to make, and only cost a few pennies in materials. I found some wonderful models for my bunny out at MyBunnyBlog.com, and if you happen to live in England you could actually adopt one of the beautiful rabbits they show on their site. For now, I'll just make do with this little bunny sculpture. If you'd like to make one like it, you can follow the photos below. Step 1: As with most of the paper…

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