Easter Designs


Tyrone Arnold from Millennium Revival Center in Wake Forest, NC brings us this shingled/rocky stage design.

Tyrone was going for a rock set/tomb for their Easter Sunday services. He made the whole thing from paper.

The top frame was a thine fence pipe and he attached cut cardboard boxes on top to attach the paper to. To make the stones he took white paper and cut different size then crumbled them up and uncrumbled it. He stapled it to the cardboard and painted each stone one at a time using stone paint and black paint. The whole set cost $160.





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