Most of the time air-dry clay is used to create miniatures or dolls, but it's also great for making lifesize or larger-than-life clay sculptures such as the 4 foot tall teapot shown above! Often the best product to use for such large sculptures is good old-fashioned papier mache. Sometimes the basic form will be made with papier mache and a product like Celluclay (an instant papier mache) or a low cost air dry claywill be used for the finish coat. Those products will give a slightly smoother finish than traditional papier mache.
Visit Enormity Bandwagon to read about making the extra large teapot shown above.
At Craftster.org, they made a life-size self portrait from papier mache . I think it's pretty darn cool!
But, if you're into smaller things, you can create a teapot diorama or roombox from papier mache and/or air-dry clay!
Hope you found some inspiration here today!