J.S. Reinitz from Iowa wrote: “My son, Kaden, and wife, Julie, made skulls out of Floam. Floam was one of the media available in the craft room of the local children's art center. Kaden did the stylized one and used paper accents for teeth and nose. Julie made the 3-D skull. ”
Floatsam C says:
This is such an interesting material to work with, plastic microbeads held together with a mysterious substance that is non-toxic, creating a light-weight messy material perfect for your everyday skull needs. Thank you for sharing your creations with us.