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Great one to know about! And only 93 calories, LOL.

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Gardenwife October 26, 2005

great recipes have a couple of times very calming great way to relax

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stovetop stephanie October 02, 2009

Perfect!! used it for A mask project my son was doing. Turned out great! tx bunches

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Yapsalot© January 29, 2006

This worked very well. I really enjoyed useing this recipe. The warm paste was also theraputic if you have joint problems.

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roseplummer October 18, 2005

This is te best paper mache recipe I have used so far. My DD and I used it last night to make pinatas and it was so smooth yet thick all at the same time. This will be the one I use from now on.:)

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CoffeeMom November 21, 2004

This is soooo much better than the other papier mache recipes I've used; guess it's the boiling water and sugar that make all the difference. Not lumpy at all. We used it over balloons to make globes for geography study...a layer or two a day for about three days made them rock solid - even the two yr old dropping them didn't make a dent. Think we'll use it next over empty juice concentrate cans for artsy pencil holders. :o) Thanks!!

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winkki December 05, 2003

I had made this in school in out Work Experience class. I had loved the experience of making this. Thanks for getting back old school memories:)

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Charishma_Ramchandani August 25, 2002
Papier Mache'