- White Styrofoam (1 foot x 8 feet)
- Measuring tape or yardstick
- Glue (white or hot glue)
- Duct Tape (optional)
- Measure and cut two pieces of Styrofoam 18 inches each to be legs on each end. Optional- Cut an upside down “V” on the bottom center of each leg.
- Measure down three feet of the Styrofoam plank to be the bench seat.
- The remaining piece of Styrofoam can be cut in half as two squares then each square divided in half by cutting diagonally to create four triangle pieces as corner braces.
- Assemble- Place the leg under the seat about three inches from the end. Push a couple of skewers (about half way in) through the seat on both sides of the leg to secure it in place. Repeat on the other leg.
- Place a brace under the bench and against the leg (tight into the corner). Push a couple of skewers through the seat and a couple skewers through the side of the leg in the brace. Repeat on each brace.
- At this point, there will be a lot of skewers sticking out of the bench. Use wire snips to snip off the skewers at the surface of the Styrofoam. If a little is sticking up, push it in with your finger.
- Turn the bench upside down and glue all the pieces together. Let it dry completely.
- Optional- Add colored duct tape strips to the top of the bench, legs or collar around the brace area of the bench.