DIY Coral Reef prop/party décor! Things you'll need: Large cardboard/wood surface - lined with wax paper Wood dowels Can of spray foam Spray paint What you do: Place wood dowel on wax paper and secure with tape. Use spray foam to create organic free flowing motions that resemble coral. Note: Foam will expand so don't spray too much in one area. Let dry overnight. Carefully peel off wax paper. Then spray paint.
I needed something quick and very cheap..the boxes are free...(I send a lot, so I order a lot) I had a styrofoam cooler that I cut up...lots of gorilla glue, then duck tape..my monster mud was way to thick so I used a putty knife like stucco (I like the way it cracked) painted it gray...dryer lint and green craft paint for moss and going to seal it with something like drylock to protect it for a year until I have time to make better ones!
Simple free-standing stage set panels...easy to store, inexpensive. Legs need to extend 1.5" past the bottom of the board to allow for angle. 4'x8' wafer board; prime, paint re-use for VBS, children's theater, etc.
Homemade cornstalks for fair this year. Made with floral foam whittled to look like a corn cob. Wrapped in yellow crepe paper strips. Used PVC pipe wrapped in green crepe strips then made leaves out of tissue paper.
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