Lynne Byler from Woodcrest Chapel in Columbia, MO brings us this cool wall of hanging rectangles.
- Foam Poster Boards 20×30 (purchased at Dollar Tree)
- Fishing line with higher test
- Fishing Weights
- Hot Glue Gun
- Box Knife
- Metal Ruler
- Sewing Needle
- Yard Stick
They cut foam poster boards into 5×10 rectangles using a box knife and metal ruler. A larger sewing needle was used to create a hole in similar width to the fishing line. They measured off 20 feet of fishing line using a yard stick and threaded the rectangles on the line. 14 rectangles gave them their desired look. They stretched the string across the floor then laid the threaded rectangles on the floor flat with an inch to two inches between each rectangle.
After getting the spacing finalized, they used a hot glue gun to put a dab of glue on each hole/thread. Be sure to have the glue on the underside of the rectangle so it doesn’t slide down. Hang strands at desired locations and tie a heavy fishing weight to the bottom to keep the strand hanging plum. All this cost around $60.