A Christmas Angel

Brandon Spurlock fromĀ First Church in Hobart, Indiana brings us this angelic stage design.

To create this design Brandon used black cloth as a background. He then used a dense white fabric folded at one side to make a wing look with the same white fabric draped down in the middle. He also hung a few white, shiny medium-sized snow flakes in front of the black fabric. He added five pre-lit Christmas trees of various sizes in the center. The ground below the trees was covered with fake snow to create a winter forest scene.

He used different sized candles lit on the baby grand piano. Then Brandon took small cylinder glass containers that had a silver snowflake Christmas ornament, filled them with water and set them on the edge of the stage. He also put white Christmas lights under the edge of the stage.

To add some color he used four Chauvet LED cans on the white fabric wings, and an LED spot on the Christmas trees.

One response to A Christmas Angel

  1. if you want a fun look we hav used white prelit Christmas trees and controlled both the strands of lites but also washed them so the tree would glow whatever color you set your washt to be…i really like this look, i have a large screen in the center of a very large white wall…73 feet across and 23 feet to the light bar, i'm liking this textured look, may have to try this? what type of fabric is this? it almost has a chimmer to it.

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