Bill Cook from Fellowship Missionary Church in Fort Wayne, Indiana brings us this divided and framed cross.
To create this, they started by building 4′x4′ frames out of 2×4′s. Then they backed the frames with white Coroplast. The actual cross was made with pieces of 2×2′s painted with black latex paint. They hung the whole thing with a small diameter chain.
Bill designed the cross ahead of time on a computer, then used a roll of painter’s tape and a marker. They spaced each frame 2 feet from the others and laid them on the floor to plot out the cross.
To keep the piece straight while hanging, they carefully drilled holes 3″ from the top and bottom of each side on the frames. Then they used equal lengths of chain for each frame. They hung the frames from a large pipe that their rear curtain hangs from.