Brian Elliott from Capital Christian Center in Lacey, Washington brings us this take on the woven Coroplast design.
1 ¼” PVC Pipe, cheapest, lightest weight available (they used 22 10’ sections)
8’ x 4’ 3mm white Coroplast (also called Corex, corrugated PVC) sheets, (For quantity figure area and divide by 32)
2 ½ fine thread black sheet rock screws (2 1 lb boxes)
Three cans flat black spray paint
To create this set, they cut the Coroplast into 4×1′ pieces, ensuring the flutes ran along the long edges. They cut the sheets to a 4′ length with a utility knife, then cute the 1′ strips with a jigsaw. They screwed PVC pipe vertically to their wall every 24″, with a screw ever 3′ or so. They painted the PVC pipe black.
Then they started their weave pattern at the bottom center and worked out in a stair-step pattern. They trimmed the sheets along the way to make sure the bow didn’t stick too far out.
Total cost (not including lights): $320