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For many years my projects could be found at my previous blog - www.fatcatcreations.blogspot.com. Since my business has evolved and is now known as Cindi McGee - Behind These Eyes™ instead of Cindi Bisson - Fat Cat Creations - I thought this was the perfect time to launch a new blog. Since I've been on this creative journey for over 16 years - I have a LOT of project links out there in cyberworld! If you are looking for a particular project you have found on Pinterest, Facebook, FaveCrafts, HomeTalk, Twitter, etc. and the link is not working for you, please feel free to email me at email@example.com and I'll be sure to get you the new link to the instructions. Have a creative day and remember to DARE TO BE DIFFERENT!
Tuesday, March 25, 2014
Faux Cement Bowl with Smoothfoam
Hollow Smoothfoam™ sphere in size of choice
Smoothfoam™ disc for base of bowl
Westcott® craft knife
Emery board, marker, string/ribbon
Ad tech™ hot glue gun and foam glue sticks
Ad tech™ silicone finger guard
Plasti-Kote® Fleck Stone spray stone finish - Manhattan Mist
Choose Smoothfoam™ hollow sphere and disc.
Use emery board (or sandpaper) to sand top rim of half of sphere.
Determine how high you want the sides of your bowl to be. Measure from rim to base and place a mark where you will cut the sphere. Using a piece of ribbon or string cut to the same length to place onto the curve of the sphere will simplify marking additional spots around the sphere.
Use craft knife to cut from mark to mark and remove the base of the sphere.
Use Ad tech low temp glue gun with foam glue sticks to glue disc to base of sphere.
Add hot glue around inside of sphere where disc connects.
Apply hot glue to outside of bowl where disc meets base, while glue is still hot use silicone finger guard to smooth glue into crack and eliminate any excess glue.
Spray with Fleck Stone spray inside and outside of bowl.
Fill your finished bowl with Spanish moss and add faux succulents or special Easter eggs like these made from Smoothfoam™ (stay tuned to find out how these eggs were decorated!).