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Styrofoam materials that Artist can use for light weight props

Posted by Timothy P. Boudreaux on January 30th, 1999 11:31 AM
In reply to Styrofoam Moulding by Chris on January 14th, 1999 03:50 AM [Go to top of thread]

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> Mitre Cuts and Crown Molding by Handyman on 05/19/2005

Hello Gentlemen,

I am with a non-profit organization called the Apostolate for Family Consecration. I am an
Artist looking for lightweight material like this
white styrofoam used in your crown molding products. Can you send me information on how it
is used.....for example can it be purchased in
chemical or dry forms for mixing to create my own
styrofoam sculptures or props. I do make my own molds but I am interested in how it is all done.

Please send me also the information on your
Crown molding products and please let me assure
your company that I am not interested in starting
a Competitive styrofoam company. My interest is
only for non-profit and for our theatrical department and our television network.

My mailing address is:

C/O Timothy P. Boudreaux
Apostolate for Family Consecration
3375 County Rt. 36
Bloomingdale, Ohio 43910

My web site is:

God Bless you and thanks for your help!

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