little bowl

paper mache bowls have been on my creative to-do list for a few months, and last weekend i finally got a chance to put one together. it’s made with pages of old books, and the circles are cut from security envelopes (inspired by this post on design*sponge).

this is to be the first of many (i hope!), but i need to perfect the technique a bit. then maybe a tutorial is in order?

happy weekend!

14 responses to “little bowl”

  1. Anna Y says:

    did you say a tutorial. one hearts them. you mean in america bills come with cool interior designs?? i have been living in the wrong countries for years then. :D

  2. jenn says:

    very cool. There are just endless options for this one….

  3. Anna says:

    Darn tootin’ cute, I tell ya! Love the circles and the torn edge. A tutorial would be nifty.

  4. Katy says:

    yes please – tute!!!!

  5. The Lil Bee says:

    Oh my gosh, this is beautiful! I think you should make more and sell them:)

  6. julie king says:

    this is just wonderful! i love everything about it. i may have to try one. thanks for sharing this great idea!!

  7. Jen b says:

    ummm jen, that is one of the coolest things i have ever seen. i love it!

  8. Di says:

    I love the bowl, the colour, the shape! I look forward to seeing more in the future!

  9. Claudia says:

    Omg, a tutorial…I love tutorials :)
    Very lovely little bowl. Have a great week xox

  10. Claudia says:

    Oh yes, I wanted to thank you for your nice comment about my quilt :) That cute bowl was distracting!

  11. Jackie says:

    LOVE THIS! yes bring on the tutorial!

  12. cally says:

    Lovely bowl, I’m partial to paper bowls too, and to the inside of envelopes my envelope mobile would look good above your bowl (www.flickr.com/photos/callycreates/2282318078/)

  13. UK lass in US says:

    Why are your bills arriving in prettier envelopes than mine? I might need to change phone companies…

    What a lovely bowl. It’s nice to see that I can still remember some of my German, too

  14. Laura says:

    Thanks for posting a great tutorial! I love projects that put to good use the pretty things I have stashed away. I made one for a friend this weekend and she was pleased as punch!
    http://always-have-a-plan-b.blogspot.com/
    x

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