Some primitive looking breads I made using Spray Insulation Foam. They are fairly easy to make.
You will need:
Spray Insulation Foam (Touch 'n Foam, Great Stuff or any kind)
A pan or dish that you will be using. (see note below)
for mine I used cinnamon, nutmeg, Epson salt, oatmeal, small beads, brown colored paints, and Mod Podge. White caulking.
Use things in the liking for decorating the tops. There are many ideas on Pinterest.
Take your spray foam and start on one side of your pan and fill about 1/2 to 3/4 full slowly working your way to the other end of your pan. I have done it also by filling the bottom first working my way to the top. It will give you a different look. I found it to have a smoother look working from one end to the other and a lumpier affect fill bottom first. Just work with the foam and have fun trying different variations. If you fill too much it will puff all up and overflow.
Let it dry.
Once dry you can begin decorating to your liking. Some I painted then mod podged. Some were mod podged and then my spices added. For my white topping I've tried white paint and glue, puffy white paint, and white caulking. I found that the white caulking worked the best for me.
**Note** you will not be able to use this pan or dish again so make sure it is not one that you will want to reuse for cooking or eating from.
After spice and paint
I showed a friend my breads and explained to her how to make them and her creativity just went wild with them. She had posted them on Facebook for sale and people were just loving them. She has done an excellent job at using her creativity and experimenting with the spray foam.
Here are a few examples of the creativity one of my friends have using the Spray Foam to create faux breads, pies and cupcakes..
Tosha's Cherry Pie
***All pictures belong to Gotta have projects. Please do not claim as your own. Give credit where credit is due. As I do the same.***