PAPIER MACHE : LSUS
CULTURAL AND CREATIVE ART (FINE ART) JSS2 THIRD TERM
WEEK – SEVEN
A Proper Approach to Cultural and Creative Art by Peter Akinyemi and other co-authors. Book 2.
TOPIC: PAPIER MACHE
MEANING OF PAPIER MACHE: Papiermache is a kind of paper craft which involves mixing wet pulped paper with starch paste or gum for the purpose of casting and modeling objects. Papiermache originated from Paris in France, where it was used in making caps and masks for celebrating special festivals.
MATERIALS AND TOOLS FOR PAPIER MACHE
- Old newspaper
- Starch paste
- Cassava paste
- Engine oil that is no longer useful.
- Mortar and pestle
- Grinding stone
- Water etc.
- Define papiermache. .... View More
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