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Impresión con Gelli Arts®: Enero el año 2015

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Paper Mache Bowls with Gelli™ Prints!  Paper mache bowls have been around for ages. They range from children's school projects to fine art objects, and everything in between. Perfect inspiration for ALL of us!

Paper Mache Bowls with Gelli™ Prints! Paper mache bowls have been around for ages. They range from children's school projects to fine art objects, and everything in between. Perfect inspiration for ALL of us!

If you're eyeing your pile of Gelli  prints and scraps, wondering what you might do with all that  luscious paper...think paper mache bowls!...

If you're eyeing your pile of Gelli prints and scraps, wondering what you might do with all that luscious paper...think paper mache bowls!...

If you're eyeing your pile of Gelli  prints and scraps, wondering what you might do with all that  luscious paper...think paper mache bowls!...

If you're eyeing your pile of Gelli prints and scraps, wondering what you might do with all that luscious paper...think paper mache bowls!...

Three DIY painted bowls. Ready to paint bowl. Raw paper mache. Rainy day…

Three DIY painted bowls. Ready to paint bowl. Raw paper mache. Rainy day…

Pintura sobre pegamento mojado.

Painting on Wet Glue

Pintura sobre pegamento mojado.

13 Creative Ways To Repurpose Leftover Gift Wrap That You Will Absolutely Love!: Paper Mache Bowls

Papercrafts 101: Types of Papers Used for Crafting.

13 Creative Ways To Repurpose Leftover Gift Wrap That You Will Absolutely Love!: Paper Mache Bowls

Cecilia Levy Papier Mache

Cecilia Levy Papier Mache

Cuencos mache tela

Cuencos mache tela

These diamond pots by Skandihus have all been hand made using a technique called "pinching" where the pot is formed from one ball of clay. Each diamond is unique and they all vary in the size and shape. The pots can be used for tea lights, plants, salt or as small coffee cups. Approx H 8cm - W 7cmSkandiHus was founded by Danish ceramicist, Stine Dulong, who works and lives in London.The SkandiHus brand is inspired by a love for Scandinavian design in which ...

These diamond pots by Skandihus have all been hand made using a technique called "pinching" where the pot is formed from one ball of clay. Each diamond is unique and they all vary in the size and shape. The pots can be used for tea lights, plants, salt or as small coffee cups. Approx H 8cm - W 7cmSkandiHus was founded by Danish ceramicist, Stine Dulong, who works and lives in London.The SkandiHus brand is inspired by a love for Scandinavian design in which ...

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