Hey Erik J., how are you? I hope you are doing just fine!
I shall provide you with information on the usage of these phrasal verbs:
* You can use ''made from'', ''made out of'', or ''made of'' to say that something has been produced using a substance or object so that the original substance or object is completely changed.
Here are some examples:
1) ''They sailed on a raft made from bamboo''.
2) ''The plates were made out of solid gold''.
3) ''Her dress was made of a light, floaty material''.
4) ''This statue is made of clay''.
** NOTE 1: If something has been produced from another thing in an unusual or surprising way, you usually use 'made out of'.
E.g.: ''She was wearing a hat made out of plastic bags''.
*** NOTE 2: If you are mentioning the parts or materials from which something is constructed, you use 'made of' or 'made out of'. Don't use 'made from'.
E.g.: ''My cabin was made of logs''.
Hope that helps!!! :)
Should you have any further doubts, do not hesitate to contact me. I shall be pleased to help.