Papier Mache'

Papier Mache' created by roseplummer

I got this recipe from FamilyFun magazine and have used it on numerous craft products. The texture is so smooth, totally non-toxic, and not sticky like other papier mache recipes.

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25mins
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directions

  • Combine flour and cold water in bowl.
  • Add this mixture to 2 cups boiling water in saucepan.
  • Bring to a boil again.
  • Remove from heat and stir in sugar.
  • Let cool.
  • Will thicken as it cools.
  • Once it thickens and cools it is ready to use.
  • Dip newspaper strips in papier mache and take off excess.
  • Allow to dry several hours, till stiff.
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"I got this recipe from FamilyFun magazine and have used it on numerous craft products. The texture is so smooth, totally non-toxic, and not sticky like other papier mache recipes."
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  1. Mark C.
    What is the purpose of the 3 teaspoons of sugar. And , I usually add some salt to my mixture to stop mold. Can I still add the salt to this mixture ?
    Replies 3
  2. dianagordonbarrie
    How important is sugar, because I eat Keto and completely removed it from my house over a year ago and don't want to buy any just for this. Thank you, Diana Gordon
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  3. stovetop stephanie
    great recipes have a couple of times very calming great way to relax
    Reply
  4. Yapsalotcopy
    Perfect!! used it for A mask project my son was doing. Turned out great! tx bunches
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  5. Gardenwife
    Great one to know about! And only 93 calories, LOL.
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