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This was built around two stacked stools drilled together.  Chicken wire was added.  Fabric mache to coat and shape.  Entire stone was covered in Roscoe's FoamCoat for added stablility.  This piece was heavy:  handles were added on both sides for crew members.  I had to put wooden shims inside to attach the handles.  Worked great.  vine effect is spray foam.  Paint, viola.  She was fully able to lay on it in the show without any damage or denting.

This was built around two stacked stools drilled together. Chicken wire was added. Fabric mache to coat and shape. Entire stone was covered in Roscoe's FoamCoat for added stablility. This piece was heavy: handles were added on both sides for crew members. I had to put wooden shims inside to attach the handles. Worked great. vine effect is spray foam. Paint, viola. She was fully able to lay on it in the show without any damage or denting.

Created for Ursula's Lair.  The pedestal base was created using foam board insulation and fabric mache.  The top is detachable, for the switching on and off of the flickering light in the globe.  The shell was made from cardboard and paper mache clay, then coated with fabric mache.  Rosco's FoamCoat served to further coat and texturize the shell and pedestal.  Spray foam used for "vine" growth.  Paint, added light cover, viola.

Created for Ursula's Lair. The pedestal base was created using foam board insulation and fabric mache. The top is detachable, for the switching on and off of the flickering light in the globe. The shell was made from cardboard and paper mache clay, then coated with fabric mache. Rosco's FoamCoat served to further coat and texturize the shell and pedestal. Spray foam used for "vine" growth. Paint, added light cover, viola.

Made by Kim LeClaire from Great Bridge Baptist in Chesapeake, Virginia. I made this with pool noodles and then joined them together by spraying foam around th

Made by Kim LeClaire from Great Bridge Baptist in Chesapeake, Virginia. made with pool noodles and then joined together by spraying foam around bases.

Created for Ursula's Lair. The pedestal base was created using foam board insulation and fabric mache. The top is detachable, for the switching on and off of the flickering light in the globe. The shell was made from cardboard and paper mache clay, then coated with fabric mache. Rosco's FoamCoat served to further coat and texturize the shell and pedestal. Spray foam used for "vine" growth. Paint, added light cover, viola.

Created for Ursula's Lair. The pedestal base was created using foam board insulation and fabric mache. The top is detachable, for the switching on and off of the flickering light in the globe. The shell was made from cardboard and paper mache clay, then coated with fabric mache. Rosco's FoamCoat served to further coat and texturize the shell and pedestal. Spray foam used for "vine" growth. Paint, added light cover, viola.

Created for Ursula's Lair. The pedestal base was created using foam board insulation and fabric mache. The top is detachable, for the switching on and off of the flickering light in the globe. The shell was made from cardboard and paper mache clay, then coated with fabric mache. Rosco's FoamCoat served to further coat and texturize the shell and pedestal. Spray foam used for "vine" growth. Paint, added light cover, viola.

Created for Ursula's Lair. The pedestal base was created using foam board insulation and fabric mache. The top is detachable, for the switching on and off of the flickering light in the globe. The shell was made from cardboard and paper mache clay, then coated with fabric mache. Rosco's FoamCoat served to further coat and texturize the shell and pedestal. Spray foam used for "vine" growth. Paint, added light cover, viola.

Created for Ursula's Lair.  The pedestal base was created using foam board insulation and fabric mache.  The top is detachable, for the switching on and off of the flickering light in the globe.  The shell was made from cardboard and paper mache clay, then coated with fabric mache.  Rosco's FoamCoat served to further coat and texturize the shell and pedestal.  Spray foam used for "vine" growth.  Paint, added light cover, viola.

Created for Ursula's Lair. The pedestal base was created using foam board insulation and fabric mache. The top is detachable, for the switching on and off of the flickering light in the globe. The shell was made from cardboard and paper mache clay, then coated with fabric mache. Rosco's FoamCoat served to further coat and texturize the shell and pedestal. Spray foam used for "vine" growth. Paint, added light cover, viola.

The Little Mermaid Ursula's vanity mirror with Flotsam and Jetsam worked into the base

The Little Mermaid Ursula's vanity mirror with Flotsam and Jetsam worked into the base

Created for Ursula's Lair.  The pedestal base was created using foam board insulation and fabric mache.  The top is detachable, for the switching on and off of the flickering light in the globe.  The shell was made from cardboard and paper mache clay, then coated with fabric mache.  Rosco's FoamCoat served to further coat and texturize the shell and pedestal.  Spray foam used for "vine" growth.  Paint, added light cover, viola.

Created for Ursula's Lair. The pedestal base was created using foam board insulation and fabric mache. The top is detachable, for the switching on and off of the flickering light in the globe. The shell was made from cardboard and paper mache clay, then coated with fabric mache. Rosco's FoamCoat served to further coat and texturize the shell and pedestal. Spray foam used for "vine" growth. Paint, added light cover, viola.

Made with an old  chair as the base.  I wrapped the chair in plastic wrap for easy deconstruction. The "shell" pieces:  pipe insulation, using the heat gun to flatten ends.  Trim edges round.  Adhere to foam sheet with E6000.  Roscoe's Foam Coat over shell for grooves.  Spray foam on top & over the arms and legs of the chair, then sprayed metallic gold.  The "shell" was held in place by foam as well.  Because of the foamcoat, it was easily spray painted.

Made with an old chair as the base. I wrapped the chair in plastic wrap for easy deconstruction. The "shell" pieces: pipe insulation, using the heat gun to flatten ends. Trim edges round. Adhere to foam sheet with E6000. Roscoe's Foam Coat over shell for grooves. Spray foam on top & over the arms and legs of the chair, then sprayed metallic gold. The "shell" was held in place by foam as well. Because of the foamcoat, it was easily spray painted.

These were made from cardboard carpet rolls, spray foam, and weighted with river rocks from our garden.  All was oversprayed with textured paint (sandy texture).  Added some floral "poofery" to the tops, and they were magnificent.

These were made from cardboard carpet rolls, spray foam, and weighted with river rocks from our garden. All was oversprayed with textured paint (sandy texture). Added some floral "poofery" to the tops, and they were magnificent.

Spray foam to make under the sea decorations

Things you'll need: Large cardboard/wood surface - lined with wax paper Wood dowels Can of spray foam Spray paint What you do: Place wood dowel on wax paper and secure with tape. Use spray foam to create organic free flowi

Mermaids, Mermaid Art

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