Amanda Beer and Joel Cross from Westwood Church in Prince George, BC, Canada brings us these cool jagged Christmas trees.
They decided to go with a clean Christmas look this year. Amanda saw some ideas on CSDI and thought they’d try and see if that would work for then. They purchased styrofoam balls and snowflakes and then stapled them to fishing line around 12 feet in length, then stapled them to the ceiling. They cut them at different lengths and used the leftovers to make more strands.
The trees they saw on Pinterest and they had a few guys free hand on a 4×8 sheet of plywood, using a jigsaw to cut them out at lengths of 6,7 and 8 feet. They used the leftover wood that had already been cut out as a stand by screwing them to the backs of the trees. This gave them a 3D look from the side. They painted the trees flat white.
By using LED lighting, it gave them the opportunity to go with different colors to make the scenes have different moods and match the backgrounds for the words. They also rented Chauvet intelligent lights and have been using one of the gobos that has a kind of snowflake design to shine over the stage to make it look bigger.
The entire stage design couldn’t have happened without great volunteers and an awesome small group.