Peanut Butter and Jelly Sandwich SWAPS
Craft foam can be turned into just about anything if your good with scissors and use the right glue. Throw in a pattern and you're good to go with my various foam SWAPS.
For these SWAPS you will need: 
  • Tan(bread), brown(Peanut butter), and pink/red/purple (jelly) colored craft foam
  • Scissors 
  • Permanent markers if desired
  • Safety Pins
  • Tacky Glue
  • the Pattern file
    How to use my patterns
Assembly Instructions
1. Download the document and print the pattern on cardstock. Cut it out carefully to use as a tracing template. 
2. Trace the pattern on the craft foam with care. Trace the bread on tan or light brown foam, and the blobby shape on brown for peanut butter and a color of your choice for jelly. I used pink for strawberry and purple for grape. You need 2 bread, 1 peanut butter, and one jelly per sandwich.
3. You can cut the pieces apart from the sheet before cutting them out, which makes it easier.

4. Stack up the sandwiches and glue together in a pile using tacky glue. Allow to dry. I like to stack them a bit hapahazardly so you can see the filling leaking out of the sides of the sandwiches. These SWAPS are absolutely adorable in person, but slightly difficult to photograph to really show their cuteness. 

5. Just slip a pin through the craft foam or hot glue a flat backed pin to the backside! These also look great in baggies!


For more of this type of SWAPS, try the Craft Foam Page
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