papier mache

[ pey-per-muh-shey, -ma-; French pa-pyey-mah-shey ]SEE DEFINITION OF papier mache

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Cover these cores, to natural size of muscles, with papier mache.

Yet the bars of that cell door were chrome steel, not papier mache.

A papier mache pad is prepared with a spirit message on one surface; on the other is pasted a piece of newspaper.

In the other experiment the medium uses a papier mache slate, set in the usual wooden frame.

I concluded to give up right in my tracks, and let myself be wet down into papier mache by the descending elements.

Turtles mounted with sawdust dry very quickly and usually very slowly when finished in papier mache.

The ideal way is to use a tanned, thin pared scalp, mounting it with papier mache upon a modeled mannikin.

Some of these powdered and glued on papier mache or cork bark stumps and limbs produce a very pleasing effect.

Papier mache is also a good modeling material for stumps, limbs and rock, being light, and readily taking coats of glue or paint.

There is on the market a papier mache background also adapted to any picture frame, called the "concave dust proof case."

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