DIY Maven

DIY Maven

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Although I'm a writer by education and profession, I have a not-so-secret DIY and craft (of almost any kind) addiction. I'm the… read more

Comments - Making Wall Art out of Styrofoam

Catherine on Dec 30, 2012:

Beautiful


Big D on Oct 10, 2012:

Try using wallpaper border paste. I have used it on many projects gluing scrapbook paper to various substrates. It sticks great and does not cause wrinkles. This is available wherever wallpapers and borders are sold.


Big Dave on Oct 10, 2012:

For gluing scrapbook papers try using ready made paste for wallpaper boarders. It sticks great, doesn't cause wrinkles. Available at any store that sells wallpapers and borders.


Arael on Oct 04, 2012:

I LOVE this idea!!! I know exactly where this project will go in my house!  Thanks for sharing!


pedrosol06 on Aug 27, 2012:

Love it!!!! What about the candle holder? Is it made with styrofoam as well? It looks so nice!!!
Thanks for sharing with us a such nice idea.


Nevate on Aug 22, 2012:

This is awesome thank you so much for posting this!


DIY Maven on Aug 14, 2012:

The picture with the floral artwork was a photo supplied by Dow. They didn't provide any further information as to the origin of the floral print/paper itself.


Anonymous on Aug 13, 2012:

I would also like to know where the floral decor came from???


DIY Maven on Aug 13, 2012:

@Anon--I never ask for stuff. Manufacturers/publicists get in touch and ask if I'd be interested; if I am, they send it, and I write about it. 


Anonymous on Aug 12, 2012:

I loved the wall art. I am sooooo going to try it. But what I really want to know is what site do u go to, to get ur promotional stuff for free?


Anonymous on Jul 03, 2012:

Hi! where can I get that orange flower decor? It is exactly what I'm looking for. It's so pretty!


DIY Maven on Jun 21, 2012:

@Rachel..they certainly look like it, don't they? I'm afraid I didn't make them, though. 


Rachel on Jun 21, 2012:

Are the square accent pieces and candle holders styrofoam as well?  If so, how did you decorate them?


Danielle on Jun 10, 2012:

Why not use other scrapbook elements such as decorative pins or brads to adhere the paper to the styrofoam? Then you don't have to worry about rippling at all... And could even change out the decor more regularly. Like, at Christmas or other holidays you could change out the paper to go with the theme.


Anonymous on Jun 08, 2012:

How about laminating the scrapbook paper first?  It would give a little sheen to the collection but probably wouldn't ripple?


Mom2ash on Jun 05, 2012:

Love this!!! Can you tell us the paint color??


Anonymous on Jun 01, 2012:

Hi,


Where did you find your black/white scrapbook paper?


 


Susi on May 22, 2012:

I have used free packing foam, all different sizes, covered with fabric to sound proof my son's room.  I used my 'collection' of fabrics, wrapped co-ordinating pieces and covered the entire wall as if a puzzle.  I first stapled kraft paper to the walls and attached different sizes different ways:  wig pins, hot glue and elmers.  It gets vacuumed occasionally and is very very effective as a sound barrier.


Anonymous on May 10, 2012:

Love it love it
Love it!!!


bruno on Apr 20, 2012:

@anonymous - would you mind sending us a screenshot, or at least saying which browser you're using? The button isn't supposed to overlap the text, and if it's doing that on your browser, we'd like to try to fix it.


Thanks,


Bruno


Anonymous on Apr 19, 2012:

You know, that "Pinterest" icon is REALLY REALLY anoying.  Why do you have to keep it on the page?  Can't even see what I'm reading unless I scroll it below that thing!  


DIY Maven on Apr 12, 2012:

@ Lisa, yeah. The last image was done with fabric. 


Lisa on Apr 12, 2012:

Why not try this with fabric? Instead of glue use small pins then you would not need to glue the ribbon around the edges? But you could if you wanted ??


DIY Maven on Apr 02, 2012:

@Cathy--Glad it was a success! LOVE the idea of using multiple pieces of cardboard!!


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