new pattern : paper mache ships

At last! I hope you make ships!  And thanks so much for the encouragement and good wishes along the way – it helps. This is a huge pattern- 57 pages of photos and  instructions, 3 templates – a Large Ship, a Small Ship, a Little Boat, a resource list and more. Make the three projects and then expand on that – you’ll learn how I make graceful shapes from cereal boxes and all sorts of other top secret techniques – you’ll make beautiful ships and get all sorts of ideas. You can find the pattern here or if you prefer on Etsy.

paper mache ship pattern

If you make ship I’d love to see, you can post here or send me a photo : ann at ann wood handmade dot com

paper mache ship sm_ship small_ship

There are also  a couple little (very little)  companion videos  including :

How To Put The Wind in Your Sails

paper mache ship pattern

11 Comments

  1. OH MY!!!! I just bought mine and the instructions are FANTASTIC and the photos are beautiful!!! Thank you, thank you thank you for sharing such a wonderful project with the world!!! XXOOOOOOO Cat

  2. and for got to say I think the price is VERY REASONABLE! I hope you make a ton of money!!! XXOO Cat

  3. Thanks so much Cat – price-wise I wanted it to be a huge value and I hope lots of people make ships!

  4. Whew! What a lot of work this must have been Ann – I’ve followed along with your updates on this pattern; now that I see it I understand even more what you meant… it is so beautifully done, the detail is fantastic. I agree that the price is very reasonable – amazing really, for all you have provided. Thank you so much!

  5. Huge congrats for completing this new and wonderful pattern Ann! It looks fantastic! Having gone through the process of designing and making my own bear/critter patterns, I can only imagine how huge this process was for you. You must be very proud of yourself! I couldn’t resist and bought the pattern just now. Looking forward to the fun! 🙂 ♥

  6. Hi Ann, Fabulous pattern and instructions which I’ve been eagerly waiting for. I have started with the little ship and am waiting for the first layer of paper mache to dry. Exciting stuff! Caryn

  7. Thank you, Ann, for all your work on this. I couldn’t order it fast enough. Scads of good luck to you with this latest pattern. And big hugs, too.

    Helen

  8. I got my pattern, and I printed it out to carry with me to the craft room – I can’t wait to make ships! THANK YOU, Ann, they are just BEAUTIFUL!!!

  9. Ann, you are sweet, kind, talented, and ever so generous to share your templates with us! I am so glad for you to be charging for these patterns and instructions. We faithful readers have seen how much your life, goes into these creations of yours, each and every one of them! Thank you and Happy Holidays!

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