Stacked Triangle Trees

Matt Jones from Faith E Church in Billings, MT brings us this these stacked triangle Christmas trees.

Six 4’x8′ sheets of plywood
36 1″ wood screws
1 gallon of white primer
32 oz of white glitter

Matt made three sets of cuts to make these trees. They were put together at an angle with leftover plywood cut into long rectangles and screwed onto the back. He also covered the trees in glitter, which reflected the lighting and looked like snow. They have several LED light bars on the floor that were lighting them. They also had top LED lighting that can color the tips of the trees a secondary color.

Total cost: under $150.

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2 responses to Stacked Triangle Trees

  1. What LED light bars do you use?

  2. Do you have the specific measurements that you used for the cuts as well?

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