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  • Gayle Godard

    fabric scraps, paper mache, balloons

  • Christina Haley

    Paper mâché bowls formed over a balloon. After drying, glue on strips of fabric. Would be a great DIY gift from to make with Aidan.

  • Loretta Haeseler

    fabric balloon bowls- too cool. Could use many of these in various sizes in craft room! (Summer craft idea!)

  • Felicia Slattery

    Mother's Day gift idea for students. Wrap papier mache around the fat end of a balloon, allow it to dry and then glue strips of fabric over the form.

  • Debora Miller

    super cute idea for fabric. bowls made by wrapping papier mache around the fat end of a balloon, allowing it to dry and then gluing strips of fabric over the form. from bread and buttons

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