Has anyone ever tried making things with Great Stuff foam?
I saw on a website last year how people used it in moulds to make shapes.
It can be carved, sanded and painted.
When I have a partial can left over from a project, I'm going to line a muffin pan with plastic wrap and fill it with that foam. Not sure what I'll do with the 'muffins', but that's the only thing I can think of around here to experiment with.
I could let the kids paint them. That would be a fun craft.
It might be neat to fill a balloon. But it would have to be filled a little at a time so it has time to expand and cure in the center.
Last year I had a partial can of it left and I filled a 1 gallon size Zip-loc bag with it. It was too much all at once and it never cured.
For Halloween, I thought it would be interesting to fill a plastic face mask and let the stuff ooze out of the eye and nose holes. Pull or cut the mask away and paint the face, bulging eyes and the stuff 'draining' out of the nose the right colors. It could be positively gross!
Oh, and I saw a picture of a scarecrow laying in front of a house with a small pile of Great Stuff laying next to it. The pile looked like real brains because of the way it comes out of the can. They might have painted it, I can't remember. I'm not even sure where I saw the picture.
But anyhoo, I'd love to hear some fun ideas anyone may have. They don't have to be about Halloween. It can be anything.