It’s hard to believe that all of these things were made with paper. It’s amazing how a little moisture and glue can transform paper scraps into something truly beautiful, from low-cost furniture to totally giftable tableware. And my favorite thing about paper mache: You can do it with the kids! Check out 10 Stunning Paper Mache projects and get to crafting…
End Table 1 of 11Make a high style end table for under $20.
Get the tutorial at Prudent Baby.
Treat Filled Eggs 2 of 11Make paper mache easter eggs and hide some sweet treats inside.
Get the tutorial at Not Martha.
Tea Cups 3 of 11Make beautiful decorative tea cups with this free pattern.
Get it at Ann Wood.
Shiny Bowls 4 of 11Make beautiful gold frosted bowls - you can hardly tell they are paper mache.
Get the tutorial at A Subtle Revelry.
Golden Tray 5 of 11This stunning tray would look beautiful in any home.
Get the tutorial at Little Green Notebook.
Hanging Boats 6 of 11I love a maritime themed room, which these boats would be a perfect edition to.
Get the tutorial at Ann Wood.
Baby Elephant 7 of 11Maybe you need a life size baby elephant? Well now you can make one!
Get the tutorial at Creative Paper Mache.
Taxidermy 8 of 11Taxidermy in paper mache looks ultra modern.
Get the tutorial at Design Sponge.
Nursery Wall Letters 9 of 11Choose any font you like to create a paper mache letter for a nursery wall.
Get the tutorial at Me Like Stuff.
Doll House Furniture 10 of 11Using paper mache to make dollhouse furniture is a genius idea you can redecorate without breaking the bank.
See how one mom did it at La Factoria Plastica.
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Jaime Morrison Curtis is author of the bestselling book Prudent Advice: Lessons for My Baby Daughter (A Life List for Every Woman) and founding co-editor at Prudent Baby, the premier DIY destination for crafty moms seeking ways to make their lives even more stylish and beautiful.
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