This year we had two Halloween displays. The first was for Home Depot’s Halloween Style Challenge during the last weekend in September and the second was on Halloween night at the studio. The Home Depot Halloween Style Challenge was a take on a dark carnival freakshow while Halloween at the studio was a display of […]
The yard display went up on Monday, October 28th and while technically it was the smallest display we have done since 2006 it did feature a lot of new pieces. New for 2013 were three large Green Demons, two Green Goblins, a dozen papier mache Tombstones and two new Gargoyles. The three evenings […]
Wishing everyone a fun and safe Halloween!
Featured in the October 2013 issue of Great Lakes Bay Region Lifestyle Magazine. Special thanks to Janea Little for the great article and Doug Julian for the photographs. You can read the story here.
Zombies! Papier Mache Workshop Just because Halloween is over doesn’t mean that you need to forget about your undead friends. A severed zombie head would be the perfect gift for the horror fan in your life or as a special gift to yourself. Join us for three November evenings of icky, […]
Snowmen! Papier Mache Workshop Just because the weather outside is frightful doesn’t mean you can’t build something delightful. Introducing the new STOLLOWEEN Papier Mache Snowman Workshop, your chance to build a large 32 inch tall Snowman, the choice of classic or creepy style is totally up to you. During the […]
What happens when Home Depot asks you to participate in their Halloween Style Challenge? Find out here!
Maybe it’s the heat but I went a little batty! Made a few papier mache bats over the last couple of weeks including two large hanging bats complete with a three foot wingspan and five 17 inch high figurines each wrapped in a cloak.
There were two zombie workshops going on this past week and as you can see in the photographs there was a lot of zombie building intensity happening in the studio. Check out the workshop schedule for a couple more zombie building opportunities in August.’
Sculpting with homemade paper clay is a lot different than sculpting with oil or water based clay. Once you learn how it behaves you can make it do what you wish.