Paper mache, prepared by mixing old paper shreds in water and glue, is an interesting craft material that can be molded into some outstanding artworks. How about utilizing some paper mache to make letters and embellishing them with cute stickers, beads, ribbons and paints for decorating your home? If you are searching for some cool ideas, then have a look at these interesting paper mache patterns.
Since this is a simple pattern, you can indulge your kids to carry out this fun-filled DIY activity during their free time.
Isn’t this is an adorable way to express your love to someone without uttering the four-lettered magical word?
Although ready-made paper mache letters can be availed from the store, it is always more fun and economically feasible to cut out letters from cardboard, taping them together, and applying some paper mache to create this wonderful craft.
You are free to select the size of your paper mache letters as long as they look perfect for accentuating your interiors.
If you are planning to host a surprise party for your loved ones at home, then make these 3D paper mache letters, representing their initials.
Use empty cereal boxes to make these lightweight, puffy letters, adding few coats of metallic paints to give them a glittery touch.
One of the main purposes of crafting these decorative paper mache letters is that you can place them anywhere in your house for increasing the style quotient.
After making this single paper mache letter, you will realize the versatility of old newspapers that are most of the time stashed in the storeroom or sold off.
These spectacular paper mache alphabets give you a stylish solution for your wall décor.
Apart from living spaces and bedrooms, these fancy letters can be used for decorating kitchens and entryways.
Display these wonderful paper mache letters in your little one’s room by placing them on a shelf or table.
While you can keep these sturdy letters plain, filling them up with contemporary colors will be a feast for the eyes.
Give a twist to this paper mache DIY project by covering the letters with accessories of your choice to get an entirely different look.
An unconventional way of teaching your preschooler alphabets and vowels is by making these paper mache letters.
If you love having wall quotes in your home, then these paper mache letters will be of great use.
Follow these instructions to incorporate colorful paper mache letters into your interiors.
Children of all ages will love creating this letter decoration as a part of their summer activity. As these cardboard letters are bigger in size, they can be neatly decked up using an array of colors.
It is not always mandatory to use cardboards for making the letters. In this pattern, the paper mache is twisted and turned to form letters and given a fabulous finish using bright paints.
This customized paper mache letter craft can be used to create a theme for a house party or a backyard picnic.
This funky paper mache letter makes a huge statement even when it is kept at one corner of the room.
Get into the festive mood this Christmas by creating these glowing letters. All you need to do is make few holes in the painted hollow paper mache letters and insert LED lights into them.
Making and decorating these paper mache letters gives a great deal of creative satisfaction. Although it might get a bit messy while preparing and applying the paper mache, you are going to love this activity. You can also use paper mache powder available at the stores as an alternative to the homemade paper mache pulp.
Published on July 29th 2015 by Michelle Anderson