Rustic and Bannery

Chelsea Bernstein from New Hope Seattle Foursquare Church in Seattle, WA brings us this casual and pretty stage.

From Chelsea: Everything you see here was handmade. We have a rad little multi cultural church in the heart of the city with a home grown, rustic feel.

The wood you see on the stage walls was done by our lead pastor Jake Poetzl. Old fence boards and pallets found on the side of the road.

The banners and everything else was handmade by Chelsea at 35weeks pregnant, using linen and a cricket. All those mustard tassels you see were also handmade.

The rug on the floor was made from a drop cloth from Home Depot, black paint and a kitchen sponge. More handmade tassels.

Greens and flowers from Hobby lobby.

Photo booth back drop was made the same way as the stage rug.

This stage design was under $250.

It’s fun to be creative on a budget. It’s great to see big church stage design and what they can do! It’s always so cool. But it’s fun to see what little Church’s can do, even with a small budget.

3 responses to Rustic and Bannery

  1. You’re amazing sis! That creative mind. I just love it 💕

  2. Susie Alicandro April 12, 2018 at 4:04 pm

    So proud of you, my girl! Looks awesome!

  3. God’s creativity at work in you and your Mom. What an awesome way to share your God given gifts and talents with others.

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