Emilie Bier Do it Your Self

Styrofoam starfish craft in Four Easy steps

You believe won’t what these unique starfish craft is REALLY made of! Learn how to get one (or 12!) add to your beach-y home decor.

I’ve been so excited to work on this craft, and write it down! If you know me then you know I LOVE everything beach-y. So I was really glad to get started on this project. I have an event coming up, and I needed to make 12 of these starfish quickly.
So as you imagine, I got immediately. I think the starfish-craft would be shower is a great addition to any beach themed wedding, baby or bride.
Simple Starfish craft
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Mod hodgepodge gloss
Mod hodgepodge Sealer
sheet of foam
Styrofoam-Cutter – you NEED to use this tool – makes it so easy!

step 1 – Trace out starfish Silhouette
I started by cutting out my starfish template with my Silhouette Cameo. Then I have a large foam Mat and track all my starfish with a black marker.

step 2 – Cut out starfish
next, I have a foam cutter and cut out all 12 of my starfish! It was super easy. Then I grabbed some light sand paper and rounded edges. How cool is this starfish is ?!?!

step 3 – Add your Sand
So, of course, I had to make it look more like a “real” starfish! What to use better materials, and then Mod collection and sand for this project.
I painted on my Mod-hodgepodge in places, and sprinkled my sand over the top. If you decide to have the holes then with a thinner brush, it makes it a little easier to get your Mod smorgasbord inside. the Let dry for 25 minutes.

step 4 – seal your starfish
Now you’and s a seal, a starfish, so that the sand won’t fall all over the place!! I went up only slightly, about the starfish with the sealer. Once it dried, the sand was’t everywhere. My children made, to test sure!

I have several, during the test. I used a light sand on one side, and thought turned out pretty cool. But the darker sand was my favorite.

As you can see this starfish craft is pretty easy to make, once you get into the round all of your materials. I think that a really great cut sitting out would look pretty on a coat, as well. Now, the winter is over, I’m so ready to get started on a more beach-y crafts for the house!
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