Cody Sifford from Pawleys Island Community Church in Pawleys Island, SC brings us these awesome homemade artisan curtains.
They made their own artisan curtains out of single rolls of 60″ wide silver satin fabric. They folded the fabric back on itself every 3 feet and stitched the edge. All the panels were clipped together with suspender clips to look like one curtain.
Cody then hung a thin board between each panel and screwed the LED pars to the board. He found inexpensive DMX controllable pars on Amazon for about $25 each.
The curtain was lit from bottom and top with LED pars and bars.
The circle wooden risers were wrapped with aluminum flashing, black vinyl trim, and LED tape. Decoders for the tape.
Cody painted the piano shell flat black and used metallic aluminum paint on the soundboard and lit with the mini pars.