Joel M and Israel Jared from Lids Nuevo Laredo in Nuevo Laredo, Tamaulipas, Mexico bring us this triangle design.This design was easy and economical. The triangles were foam pieces at different sizes, oriented in different ways. Then they added an LED light cross in the middle.The materials used were a glue gun, styrofoam sheet, and black paint (since their previous background was white).
Mason McGill from Kingdom Empowerment Christian Church in Dover, Delaware brings us this cool fragmented Coroplast design.They painted the stage in a flat black ($54) to give them the base for the design. They also purchased 100 sheets of 24x18' Coroplast ($106.00) and cut them in different sizes and shapes as they designed it all around the cross.They used eight 86 RGB Stage Light Par DMX-512 for uplighting ($104.95). To complete the look, they mounted flat screens (already owned) on eac...
Tall Order - Dress up a sideboard with a tower of pretty presents. Simply stack boxes in graduated sizes, wrapped in two coordinating papers — like the metallic styles here — alternating patterns as shown.
Among the easiest Christmas door decorating ideas is simply to get a few potted Christmas poinsettias and set close to the front door or along the steps resulting in the front door. An outdated wooden rice basket full of the… Continue Reading →