Let this DIY Sculpture have the floor

If you like modern décor, then take a peek at this contemporary, DIY Sleek & Chic Floor Sculpture. Perhaps you noticed this fashionable accent piece when I featured the Wallpaper Wall Art? What you might not have realized is that this is a DIY sculpture. Believe it or not, the Sleek & Chic Floor Sculpture is made with blocks of STYROFOAM™ Brand Foam – kind of like building a tower with children’s blocks.

Cool, contemporary look, and the wall art and floor sculpture are both DIY and made with Styrofoam brand foam. CraftsnCoffee.com.

You can DIY the wall art and the floor sculpture.

Kathleen George shares the tutorial for the Sleek & Chic Floor Sculpture on StyrofoamCrafts.com. The step-by-step instructions and a cutting diagram walk you through it. Kathleen finished the sculpture with black acrylic craft paint, Iron Graphite Texture Fierro Medium by DecoArt, and silver cardstock. You can easily switch out the colors and finishes to suit your own color palette.

Such a cool accent piece! DIY it with CraftsnCoffee.com.

The 2″ foam sheets are cut into blocks to build this sculpture. You’ll save big bucks when you DIY it!

It’s such a cool piece, and I hope you’ll go take a peek at this sculpture. You never know what other inspiration may come to you! And remember, it’s like building with blocks – almost. (I get questions all of the time about cutting, painting, shaping, etc., STYROFOAM Brand Foam, and if you’re curious, check out the Crafting Tips.)

I can’t wait to tell you about some crafty happenings earlier this week, when Eileen Hull and her vintage camper pulled into my driveway . . .

Designer Eileen Hull takes to the Paper Trailin her vintage trailer Scotty, spreading crafty inspiration everywhere she goes.

Happy crafting.

Sharon

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4 Responses to Let this DIY Sculpture have the floor

  1. This is art! very cool and pleasing to the eye! Thanks for sharing!

    • Sharon says:

      Isn’t Kathleen amazing? It looks like something you’d find in a high-end home decor store or catalog, doesn’t it? Imagine what you’ll save by DIY-ing it! Thanks so much for stopping in. Sharon

  2. That is pretty cool! So many possibilities on how to stack them! TFS!

    • Sharon says:

      So glad you like it, Barb. There are many creative ways to paint and finish it, too. I think this could be a fun project for an art class/sculpting class. Sharon

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