Hey Ya'll! Here's a recent craft I've been making that's been a hit at my local co-op. It's a faux strawberry pie. It's great to sit out on the pantry shelves or center of a table for summer décor. They are both cute and easy to make.
Here's how I do them.
-a can of Spray Foam (found in the winterizing section on home goods stores)
-any type of pie pan (I used a vintage one for this pic, but the new aluminum ones would be great also)
|This is the Spray Foam, it's for gaps and cracks around your home.|
And here's the old pie pan again from the bottom:
All you need to really do to prep for this craft is to put down a lot of wax paper underneath your pie pan. Start off by spraying your pie pan full of the Spray Foam. Remember it will almost double in size when dry, so keep that in mind and don't overdue it.
I tend to spin my pie pan to get an even balance to look like the filling is full and even.
Just let it sit for about 5 minutes and then you will see it start to set a bit. This is when you can sit the fake strawberries on it.
If you do it too soon, they will sink to the bottom! Lesson learned!
You can see in my pics, there is spray foam on the sides of the fake strawberries.
That's because I touched the foam a bit when putting them in place. It's okay and gives it a frothy look like the topping is on them. I also took some white craft paint and touched up the spray foam to give it a more "TOPPING" look also.
Just spray foam color, not painted white yet.