Part of running a successful paper craft business is figuring out what type of craft you will be fabricating with the paper. This type of business is considered to be one of the least expensive of all arts and crafts start up businesses. With only basic supplies and tools need, most of the production is labor and design. Many paper mache artists have found success in their craft with an increase in global trade and culture knowledge.

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For many groups in foreign countries, they use paper crafts and paper mache as a means of sharing their culture and craft with others through design and their artistic skills. If you are looking for making your own contributions into this diverse industry, here is a look at some awesome names for a paper mache business from other existing businesses that serve as a great inspiration to taking your first step today.

All the Memories

Blue Rooster Arts

By the Creek Creations

Caribbean Craft

Craft Supply House

Creativ Company

Dub Studio

Endured Visionary

Epic Fantasy

Gourmet Paper Mache

Heartland Home Shop

Joy To The World Collectibles

Kraft Chic Designs

Little Crafty Bugs

Mad Hippo Art

Never Ending Creations

Oh So Fancy Party

Our Craft Creations

Paper Mache Monkey

Paper Mache Tiger

Paper Port

Paper World

Papier Mache

Present Company

Raggedy Pants Designs

Simply Modern Goods

Studio Bello Art

The Business of Fashion

The Cedar Shack

The Little Blue House

The Paper Moon Factory

The Parade Company

Wire Paper Paste N Paint

Wrap Works

Here is a look at one episode of ‘How Its Made’ as they show you Paper Mâché Animals being made for larger scale production.

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The founder of iCraftopia and self proclaimed Craft Guru. I am an experienced crafter and professional internet marketer specializing in bringing relevant articles and related business information to the everyday hobbyist and craft entrepreneur. My primary focus is on mentoring crafters on techniques and strategies that increase their online presence and revenue. In my spare time, I teach craft classes bringing the joy of creativity to others.
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