Isolon, originally created as a heat insulation material, has recently become widely used in decorating – namely, when creating large artificial flowers (as well as foamiran, EVA, etc.). Such flowers are used to decorate weddings, parties, birthdays.
For these purposes Isolon from foamed polyethylene is best suited – it has the least foam structure and the appropriate density. The desired shape can be given to Isolon by heating it with a construction hair dryer. It is also easily cut with scissors or a knife. The ready-made sheets are joined together by a stapler, an adhesive tape or a glue gun.
MOQ is 1 lin.m.
Examples of flowers from Isolon:
Giant foam flowers tutorial (Let’s make it together channel):