Ethylene-vinyl acetate, or EVA, foam is made from blended copolymers. It is produced under pressure by the copolymerization of ethylene and vinyl, using free radical catalysts.

What is Craft Foam?

 Craft foam is a versatile product which can be used in a variety of ways. Craft foam made by High-elastic EVA foam material. It have colorful , embossing, glitter, printing,  plush , and punched eva foam. These colorful nice sheets of foam are available in wide spectrum of colors and have a vast variety of uses, even sewn! The options are almost limitless. Wholesale Craft foam can be order on

How is Craft Foam Used for project?

What can we do using Craft EVA foam? So many, Kindergarten decoration,  craft ideas for Kids, ideal for art and crafts project.

Here we would like to show you some case of EVA  foam application using our EVA foam sheet.

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Fun Foam Craft Projects for Kids

craft foam is safe for even the youngest children, and cutting and sticking the foam is very popular with kids.

Play-Food by Craft foam

This yummy sandwich may look good enough to eat, but -- surprise! -- it's actually made entirely of colorful foam sheets.

Make It: Cut two rectangles from thick, white foam sheets (for bread); trim and paint the edges brown. Cut a circle for a tomato, a square for cheese, a circle for meat, and a free-form, frilly-edge shape for lettuce. Cut thin strips of white foam, staple them into a loop, and have your child paint them purple to create onion ring slices. For extra fun, cut out oval chips and run them through a paper crimper.

Craft Foam Stamping

Your kids will enjoy stamping colorful images on cards, envelopes, and more with these simple homemade stamps.

Make It: Cut free-form designs from foam sheets to create flowers. Adhere the shapes to wooden blocks to make the stamps. Use toothpicks to add lines and dots in the foam for added texture.

Craft Foam Pins

Pin these cute foam insects to your child's shirt or backpack for some wearable summertime fun.

Make It: Your child can practice cutting out circles for the heads and bodies of cute creatures. Assemble the pieces to create these flying foam friends. Add stripes to the bee and attach punched foam holes to the ladybug as spots. Using crafts glue, add pin bars on the backs to make them wearable.

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