Today I would just like to share a quick method for building stone walls out of foamcore. It'll be a short tutorial, because the method is ...

Today I would just like to share a quick method for building stone walls out of foamcore. It'll be a short tutorial, because the method is ...

Create your own dice tower! Click to watch the tutorial #dicetower #dice #diy #project #crafts

Create your own dice tower! Click to watch the tutorial #dicetower #dice #diy #project #crafts

Foamcore- For indoor signs, foamcore is a lightweight and cost-effective choice. Choose from one of our standard sizes or print your own custom dimensions. Add metal hangers to your sign for convenient mounting.

Foamcore- For indoor signs, foamcore is a lightweight and cost-effective choice. Choose from one of our standard sizes or print your own custom dimensions. Add metal hangers to your sign for convenient mounting.

Rigid Signs- Choose from a wide range of quality materials for your project: plastic, foamcore, Correx, Plexiglas, aluminum and cardboard. Your customized sign will stand out with our dynamic printing technology.

Rigid Signs- Choose from a wide range of quality materials for your project: plastic, foamcore, Correx, Plexiglas, aluminum and cardboard. Your customized sign will stand out with our dynamic printing technology.

Working with Foamboard - Joining Basics Part 1 | oinks overambitious terrain project(s)

Working with Foamboard - Joining Basics Part 1 | oinks overambitious terrain project(s)

I just made this! Been dying for a fancy carousel tool organizer but they are so expensive...so I tried making it myself with foamcore. I dont have step by step pics because it was trial and error, and even finished, its far from "pretty" but it WORKS!  And it cost me $3!! I used a FRESH BLADE, a metal ruler, one sheet of foamcore ($1at the buck stores) and glued it to a thrift shop-found lazy susan ($2) Beats $40 bucks any day!!

I just made this! Been dying for a fancy carousel tool organizer but they are so expensive...so I tried making it myself with foamcore. I dont have step by step pics because it was trial and error, and even finished, its far from "pretty" but it WORKS! And it cost me $3!! I used a FRESH BLADE, a metal ruler, one sheet of foamcore ($1at the buck stores) and glued it to a thrift shop-found lazy susan ($2) Beats $40 bucks any day!!

Workshop Magazines - Kaisercraft -for foamcore projects, search for Beyond the page on Projects

Workshop Magazines - Kaisercraft -for foamcore projects, search for Beyond the page on Projects

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