1. Print out the steak image on 8.5 x 11-inch cardstock paper. (Download PDF here.)
2. Cut out the steak image with scissors.
3. Trace the steak shape onto the upholstery foam and cardboard.
4. Cut out the steak shape from the upholstery foam using an X-Acto knife or utility blade. Cut out the steak shape from the cardboard with scissors.
5. To make the "fatty edge" of the steak, apply hot glue around the outside of the foam steak in small sections.
6. Slightly smooth out the "fatty edge" sections with a piece of cardboard. Allow the hot glue to cool and dry.
7. Spray paint the "fatty edge" of the foam steak with brown spray paint or rust primer.
8. Apply spray adhesive to the backs of the steak image and steak cardboard shape. Attach these to the top and bottom of the foam steak.
9. Paint the top of the T-bone area with cream or tan acrylic paint to match the steak image. Allow it to dry.
10. Write your message and mailing address on the cardboard postcard side, leaving room at the top for stamps. (My steak mailed for $2.32, but it's always good to have it weighed at the post office just to make sure.)
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