Stage Designs

Light the World

Luke Turner from Baptist Bible College in Springfield, Missouri brings us this cool world surrounded by dots of lights for their chapel.

The made the continents from a thick cardboard refrigerator box. They used a dremel tool to cut it out, then they made a decoupage with pages from an old Bible that had fallen to pieces.

Then they added lighting and hanging fixtures. They ordered it all online and connected them to dimmer packs so they could dim and set chases.

They bought the hanging chords from and added Edison-style bulbs to make a vintage look.

The whole budget only $150.

  • Box and Bible – free
  • Bulbs – ~$5 ea : x12 = $60
  • Socket cords – ~$5 ea x12= $60
  • extra extension cords – ~$30

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11 responses to “Light the World”

  1. A simple, but realy beautiful design. I loved the contrast of purple and ambar(map). Congratuation!

  2. Neville Lauridsen says:

    Looks very effective. Not sure why you left New Zealand off the map though.

  3. Chris says:

    poor Hawai’i :( An absolutely beautiful design! Very well done!

  4. steven says:

    no greenland or iceland… well, looks good though

  5. Zakk says:

    I want to do this. Do you mind getting me more details on how it was done?

  6. Courtney Gerwig says:

    Eh, I’ve seen better.

  7. Ronnie says:

    Where were you able to get the bulbs and sockets so cheap? I found the bulbs for a decent price but I am having a hard time finding the sockets. thanks

  8. Ronnie says:

    My email is by the way.

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