A Papier-mâché Sea Monster
How to do it
Here is a picture of the sea monster.
Make the sea monster skeleton from wire netting using side cutters.
Shape the wire netting into a large tube and fill it with scrunched-up newspapers.
Push a cardboard tube into one end and cover it with card. This will be the sea monster's nose.
Push a wooden stick into the other end. Attach a cut-out piece of card onto the stick. This will be the sea monster's tail fin.
Now cover the model completely with newspaper strips and wallpaper paste.
Prime the sea monster with white paint. Add more paint in different colours once dry.
Attach the sea monster's fins. It is now ready to hang in the communal area.
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