|On the left, you can see the paper that I used to layer on top of my masked forms. The paper was imported from India; It's texture is quite soft and dense. This is ideal paper for mâché work.|
|Here you can see from left to right, the step-by-step process that I used when shaping and masking my hearts for our Valentine's Day tree.|
|The crushed paper hearts were masked with tape completely and then set|
aside until I was ready to cover each heart with layers of
paper and Modge Podge.
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