Explore Your Creativity Using Foam Board

“Creativity is intelligence having fun” ~Albert Einstein.   

Agree? Yes, we agree with the statement completely. Getting creative is something that nobody would deny, especially when it comes to making art pieces for decorating your own home. So, if you are planning to get creative to make beautiful art pieces to adorn your home, foam board comes out as the best material. The material is light in weight yet sturdy, and features a number of properties including versatility, durability and more. Also, the substrate is extremely easy to use.


Here are a few ways to explore your creative side using foam board: 

Craft projects  

As foam board is the most reliable and convenient material to work with, it is an ideal choice for craft projects. Other than the standard version, it is also available in an acid-free version, making it possible to be used for scrapbooking projects without harming the photos. If the craft project calls for thick, sturdy material, like poster board or cardboard, it is a great alternative that will give some dimension, along with providing grace to the project. 

Decorative art pieces 

Throughout the year, you can use foam boards and substrates for making decorations. This is a cost-effective way of making your home feel brighter without investing money in expensive store-bought decorations. Cut out the shapes of your favorite cartoon character or anything you desire, from scenery or a painting to a Christmas tree cut out. The material can be easily cut, shaped and then glued wherever you need it. Plus, this material is sturdy yet lightweight, so it is very easy to work with. 

Bulletin Board

Artistic bulletin boards can also be made from foam core. Just cover it with any fabric and hang it on the wall. Frame it for a finished look. Pushpins will easily stick right into the foam board, just as they would in any other traditional bulletin board material. The best part is that you can effortlessly make this project suit your home or office decor. Pin up or hang one in your child’s bedroom, one in the kitchen for family use, and another in your office or personal space to display photos or important notes to yourself. 

In addition to the above, there are a number of ways you get creative with foam board. You just need some quality foam board and a bit of creativity to make beautiful art work for your home.  All types of foamboard are available at www.foamboardsource.com

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