Definitions for "Cast paper"
Keywords:  pulp, plaster, pouring, mache, mold
A three-dimensional paper made by dipping a shaped mold into a vat of paper pulp or by pouring or patting pulp in or around a shaped mold. Once the pulp has dried, it is separated from the mold. Molds can be constructed from a variety of materials such as found objects, wire, plastic screening, plaster, rubber, wood, or ceramic. See handmade paper.
form of paper made by pouring pulp into a specially constructed mould.
Paper made by pressing the pulp into a die or mold used for casting or shaping, becoming a work of art in and of itself.