Cool Stuff

 

Though you can do a lot with what is around you, these are a few things we’ve found to be helpful….

 

The fundamentals of making your own puppets, large and small, for both the beginner and the experienced artist:

In the Heart of the Beast Puppet and Mask Theater’s

PUPPET COOKBOOK

 

The P-35

The ultimate in handy: a cross between a stapler and a staple gun—great for connecting pieces of cardboard.

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and staples…

 

Facepaints that are easy on the skin.

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Or if you are looking for theatrical body and face paint, try

MERON Products

or

NORCOSTCO Products

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For paper mache, you’ll need wheat paste or wallpaper paste.  Buy it at your local hardware store, or here:

Please Note, especially if you are working with kids: The commercial mixes have anti-fungal ingredients.

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Or try some of these homemade recipes.

Paper Mache Paste Recipes

Please Note, especially if you want to save your project: Mice and Mold really really like homemade wheat paste, unless you add something to deter them.

 

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