Criss Cross

Aaron Springer brings us these twisty fabricy stage design.

They used a spandex/cotton blend fabric they bought from A.C. Moore and hung it from the ceiling. They folded it in half then rubberbanded that side to a point. Then they zip tied it to their ceiling tiles.

They pinned the other corners to the floor and hid their small LEDs behind the fabric. There was also a small black light next to each LED to sort of bring out the color of the fabric.

5 responses to Criss Cross

  1. Being a worship pastor/creative director of a small church, I really enjoy seeing the creativity in smaller church venues. Looks great! Thin budgets just squeeze out more creativity. This site has become one that I visit regularly, you are doing a great service for us. Thank you.

  2. Going to have to agree with Pastor Jared and Pastor Itzel… just started stepping up into this and looking for creative ideas. going to have to try this one out thank you very much for the idea

  3. This has been very helpful

  4. This has been very helpful. I love the information..

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