A Teddy made from Papier-mâché Pulp in a Shape Cutter
This small teddy is made from papier-mâché pulp which is formed with a shape cutter (which can also be used for making cookies). It is painted with Plus Color craft paint when dry and decorated further with Uni Posca markers.
How to do it
Soak papier-mâché pulp in water using the ratio: 3 parts pulp to 1 part water.
Press papier-mâché pulp into the shape cutter.
Remove the shape cutter and leave to dry (for 2-8 days depending on the size of the shape).
Paint the figure with Plus Color craft paint and leave to dry.
Draw details with Uni Posca markers.