Masks for children's parties, matching 3D table decorations, a piggy-bank or other sculptures – all of these are easy to make with the light yet rigid efaform papier mâché. Simply stir the powered into cold water and then knead into into a viscous pulp so that modelling can begin. Leave to dry in the air for one or two days until it hardens into a break-resistant solid form. The final touches can then be added to efaform papier mâché using sandpaper, saw or drill. Eyebrows or beards for masks can be formed from paper or other materials and then stuck onto the mask. This gives every work an completely individual and authentic appearance. The finished efaform papier mâché result can also be painted and decorated as required with a colour glaze, to complete the colourful individual artwork.