Taylor Whiddon from Hope Fellowship in Frisco, TX brings us these examples of foam logos for their stage.
Here’s his method for accomplishing the designs:
- Buys foam board/pink insulation from Home Depot for about $10-14 per board.
- Projects the image onto a screen/wall. Then places insulation board where the image is projecting. Traces it. Paints it. Then cuts it.
- Uses a jig saw for quick smooth edges. (Do this outside. It’s messy.)
- Place a 1×2 on the back of each design then throws a staple onto the wood using a staple gun. This allows him to hang the sign.
- Use “guerrilla glue” to place the piece of wood onto the design. (Be careful with “contact cement.” This will bleed right through the insulation board.)
- He hangs it with 50 pound fishing line.