A while ago I made a post about how to dress up a paper mache deer head to make it look like two tone faux mounted deer head. Unfortunately a lot of people were having trouble finding these elusive paper mache deer heads, so I started working on a tutorial on how to make your own from scratch. Finally I've finished it so I can share it with you all! Like with my turkey candles, I made a rough 3d model of a deer head and put it through a program to make it printable onto flat paper. Then all you have to do is cut it out, fold it up and glue or tape it together!
Look what I got in the mail today! How exciting! About two years ago, I was contacted by Lisa Butterworth, Associate Editor of BUST, about putting a tutorial for my cassette tape coin purse in issue #61 of BUST Magazine. Of course I said yes. It was very cool to see my work in a big magazine like that. Fast forward to about 5 months ago and I was contacted by Debbie Stoller, Editor-in-Chief of BUST, about a book they were putting together that is a compilation of the best DIY, how-to and advice articles from the past 15 years of their magazine, and I was included! After the book was completed, they sent me a copy, and I received it today! Sooo pretty!
I'm really excited about it, and I plan on going through the book this evening and marking each project I'm interested in doing. Yay!
If you're interested in buying the book (and helping me make a few bucks as well) you can buy the book here!