When you feel like making a fun project, make it out of foam. Create: School projects, picture frames, mobiles, door hangers, animals, bugs, luggage tags, note boards, visors, albums, bookmarks, finger puppets, foam flowers, book tags, locker tags, and much more. Decorate: Frames, placemats, bookmarks, pencil holders, banners, greeting cards, gifts, coat hooks and hangers, ornaments, scrapbooks, lampshades, wreaths, walls, ceilings, school books, storage boxes, folders, notebooks, furniture, wastebaskets, masks, visors, and much more. It¿s super easy to work with Foam. You can write or paint on it. You can even sew them to wearable items such as T-shirts.
I used this for my plant project it was awsome. The leaves and petals were so cool.Awsome foam sheets ever.
I have an embroidery /sewing machine (Viking DesignerI and do a lot of embroidery. I placed a piece of foam in the hoop on top of the fabric I wanted the design on. Then started my embroidery project as usual. It turned out beautiful and the flowers seemed "alive", as the foam gave the design substance and they stood up and away from the garment. The left over pulled away from the edge of the designe and one could not tell that foam was underneath the stitches. You still must use the stablizer on the back side of the project and use a sheet of foam as close to the color of your design as possible.
This would be a great product if it came with some suggestions of how to use it or projects that could be made with it. I cut out a stencil and it worked very well.