|House and Home Papers|
|by Harriet Stowe|
This 1865 volume by Harriet Beecher Stowe was originally published under the psuedonym Christopher Crowfield.
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Mix flour with cold water then add boiling water and bring to boil. Add sugar, stir constantly until thick. Makes about 2 cups.
To make a ... vigorously. Tear news paper in strips. Dip ... wrap around the form you wish to make smoothing each piece. Layer strips. Allow to dry - paint.
Mix flour and sugar. Stir in cold water, stir in hot water, stir vigorously. Bring mixture to a boil; remove from heat. Add alum and stir. Add oil of ...
Liquid starch (full ... of newspaper or paper towels. Dip into ... balloon form. Let each layer dry before adding a new one. Finished piece may be painted.
Make a paste ... dry on waxed paper for rigid finished objects. Drying time varies depending on object size. Allow 2-3 days for hats or balloon decorations.
Make a creamy ... to the mashed paper and shape in ... and face masks. Allow 1-2 days to dry. Paint with tempra paint. Other decorations can be glued on.
In large bowl, ... paste. Shape as desired, molding over balloon, wire or cardboard frame. Allow to dry thoroughly on waxed paper, usually 2 to 3 days. Paint.
Mix water and ... a base, such as a box, balloon or bottle, spreading like paper mache. Dry 4 to 5 days. Store unused air tight. Keeps only 4 to 5 days.
Place lint and ... Pour over several thicknesses of newspaper. Use as paper mache. Dries in 3 to 5 days. May store in airtight containers for several days.
Tear newspapers or other absorbent paper into 1" strips ... Mold into figures, puppets or cover boxes to form mountains. Let dry and then paint as you wish.
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