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Sweater Tree

Measure and draw with marker, lines to divide large Foam Block into six 2″ x 18″ long strips. (Last strip will be slightly narrower but that’s okay.) Use metal ruler and Foam Cutter to cut strips. Also cut smaller Foam Block to 4″ x 6″ and set aside for now. Measure, mark and then cut […]

Wood Craft Stick Tree

In a well-ventilated, newspaper-covered area (inside cardboard box) spray Foam Cone with two light coats of October Brown and let dry. Remove from box and set aside.  Wearing safety goggles and working over box, to catch the cut pieces, use Floral Shears to cut 60 jumbo craft sticks in half (3″ long each). On cut […]

Faux Wedding Cake

  To “frost”, practice applying Smooth Foam to edge of large Cake Form. Experiment with the look you want. Sample in photo is made by applying a generous amount of Smooth Foam to edge and running frosting knife up and down, allowing a vertical ripple to show at the tip of the knife. (Rest of […]

Fabric & Burlap Americana Decor

To cover foam stars with navy fabric, use marker to lightly trace around star on back side of fabric. Use floral shears to cut out, 1/4″ outside marker line. Apply glue stick to star and center on wrong side of fabric star. Clip corners, pull up and glue each 1/4″ wide fabric edge onto star. […]

Pomegranate Fall Decor

Place foam half ball, centered in bowl with round side up. Hot glue edges of half ball to (inside) sides of bowl.  Use floral shears to cut apart pepperoma bush parts (cattails, feathers, greens). Leave front of ball half undecorated for now and work on back half of ball. Starting at top center, insert two […]

Turkey in the Mesh!

Use Foam Cutter to trim off 2″ diameter slice from bottom of Foam Egg. In a well-ventilated, newspaper-covered area (inside cardboard box) spray egg Wood Tone. Let dry. Use Floral Shears to cut: Orange Mesh: Six 8″ lengths (feathers) Bronze Mesh: Five 8″ lengths (feathers), 14″ length (back pouf) and 20″ length (vase – optional) […]

Colors of Fall Arrangement

Hot glue Foam Half Ball into bottom of pot, flat side down. Use Wire Cutter to trim Tiger Lily stems to 18″ and insert into center of Foam with one facing the front and one the back. Cut apart Gerber Daisy bush into individual flowers and randomly insert all around Tiger Lily stems. (Note: For […]

Shanty Chic Arrangement

Use Foam Cutter to trim Foam block to fit into coffee can as needed. Hot glue Foam into bottom of can.  Use Wire Cutter to trim both Knife Blade sprays to 25″ tall. Insert both into center of Foam. Trim three Daisy bushes to 19″ tall. Insert into Foam, evenly spaced, all around Knife Blade […]

Spring Succulents

Hot glue Foam Half Ball into bottom of pot. Use Wire Cutter to trim Delphinium stems to three lengths: 20″, 18″ and 16″ long. Insert each one separately into the foam left of center. (See photo.) Cut apart stems from Pepper Berry foliage and insert behind and to the right side of Delphinium stems. Allow […]

Summer Sand Castle

In a well-ventilated, newspaper-covered area (inside cardboard box) spray clay pot saucer with primer. Let dry. Then spray with two coats white and let dry.  On top of block, use pencil or marker and ruler to draw a square 1/2″ in from edges. Use Foam Cutter along those lines, going down about 1/2″. Then use […]

Spring Blooms

Use Foam Cutter to trim off squared edges of block into rounded cube. In a well-ventilated, newspaper covered area (inside cardboard box) spray Foam Block with adhesive spray. Insert two toothpicks into either side of Foam Block to be able to hold block to lift out of box. Set block onto  paper plate in work […]

Hanging Flower Cans

Thoroughly clean soup cans of all labels and glue – wash with soapy water and dry. In well-ventilated, newspaper-covered area (inside box) spray each can with two coats of each in the following order, drying in between: primer, white, and either yellow or fuchsia. Let dry. Measure and mark bottom center (outside) of one can. […]