While over at Carrie's blog Tuesday, Carrie posted about using foam core board as a positioning tool. I'm going to try my skills at making a tutorial to show how to make a sand board with the foam core board like Carrie used. This will make it usable for the sand board and a postioning board both.
Supplies you'll need:
Foam Core board --I purchased mine at Staples, Hobby Lobby has them as well in the frame dept.
sissors or old dull rotary blade
Spray adhesive (maybe)
1. Lay your foam board over the sand paper. Leaving the sand paper to hang over. Cut your sand paper to size (cutting about 1/16th" smaller) this allows you not to have any overhang so you don't catch it with your sleeve and pull the paper off the board.
3. Gently pull the cover to the adhesive side up, taking care not to pull it off.
So off I go to search the Mister's garage, he has to have something I can use since he rebuilds street rods for one of his hobbies.
I hope this is clear and can help you make one for yourself to use.