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Take white paper, tear them into pieces and add some water and Fevicol MR in it in an appropriate proportion to make the papier mache dough.
Take any oval shaped medium sized bowl, grease it well by using a little amount of oil. Pat the papier mache all over it evenly. Make a trunk shape and attach it to the oval shape by merging the papier mache neatly at one end of the bowl.
Make big ears for Lord Ganesha separately, further to be attached to the face.
Leave the mask to dry for about 2 to 3 days. It will take the shape of the bowl. When the face has semi dried attach and stick the ears appropriately with Fevicol MR.
Remove the papier mache face from the bowl after drying. Refer to the image.
Draw and cut the petal shaped eyes from the mask with a sharp paper cutter.
After the face has dried, stick the tissue paper all over from the front and the rear sides of the mask to make it stronger using Fevicol MR.
Paint the paper mask with Acrylic Colour - Black 02.
Leave it to dry.
Draw a doodle design all over on the mask with a white pencil.
Paint the doodle design with 3D Cone Outliner Non Sticky - Yellow 703, Orange 705,
3D Cone Outliner Non Sticky Pearl - Cherry Red 316 and 3D Cone Outliner Non Sticky Pearl Metallic - Gold 352.
Leave it to dry.
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