Kara Enterline from Evangelical Free Church of Hershey in Hummelstown, PA brings us this raw material stage design.

She used a lot of raw wood pallets, cardboard signs, letter cut outs, exposed lighting, and a graffiti that was painted on galvanized siding.

This design is fairly inexpensive. The cardboard and pallets were free. The galvanized siding, wood, and other materials used to make the graffiti canvas totaled to about $40. The exposed lights were the most expensive item and were $1,000 for five strands of 300ft each. These were an investment and are planned for many more set designs.

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