Nathan Sutliff from Crossing Church of the Nazarene brings us this Coroplast advent wreath.
They wanted to represent the advent wreath in a different way. So, inspired by all of the coroplast (corrugated plastic) columns on the site, they decided to make their advent wreath in a similar fashion. They bought their Coroplast from Piedmont Plastics (a nation-wide company).
They welded a frame together after figuring out the dimensions and with some recessed can lighting from the big box home improvement stores they were set to build the candles. To color each vertical column representing the candles they just used lighting gels. The middle candle measured 4 foot tall and each outside candle was about 3 feet. Each week they turned on another “candle.”