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foam sheets

Posted by chery2 (My Page) on
Fri, Mar 31, 06 at 7:19

What do you do with the letter-size sheets of foam? They won't go through a printer; I'm pretty sure they're just for cutting out. Any ideas? chery2

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RE: foam sheets

If you're looking for KID crafts to use the foam sheets, check the link below. There are several pages of links, I think about 60 ideas.

If you're looking for ADULT crafting ideas for them, let us know. I bet someone has some good ideas.

Here is a link that might be useful: Kids' Crafts Using Craft Foam Sheets

More Craft Foam Sheet Ideas for Kids

Danielle's Place is a great site for kids' crafts... if you hven't already discovered the site, I bet you'll find oodles of stuff to do with your little granddauther there. Have fun!

Here is a link that might be useful: Fun Foam Crafts for Kids at Danielle's Place

RE: foam sheets

Ran across this book on creating with foam sheets...

You could try finding it at your library. If they don't have it, take a look on eBay... I bet you can find a used copy there!

Here is a link that might be useful: The Awesome Book of Craft Foam Patterns

RE: foam sheets

I guess you could use them to put under card stock for stamping cushions.
the double thick sheets can be used for mounting stamps too.

RE: foam sheets

you might like some of the fun foam things I have made for my web page..lots of craft ideas there
click on childrens crafts, then on fun foam figures
have fun

lord grant me patience, and I want it now!

Here is a link that might be useful: cozi's Corner

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