Christmas Designs

Scribble Christmas

Kim Lindgren from Harvest in Bakersfield, CA brings us these cool lighted panels.

Their church is small with a minimal budget. The tin HOPE letters were purchased from Hobby Lobby and drilled out to add Christmas bulbs using a hot glue gun. They also added a dimmer switch to the hope sign. The twelve-foot screens were made with 1″x1″ wood frame and the sheeting was Laminate Flooring liner purchased from a local hardware store. The design in the center of the panels was roofing paper cut into random strips. Red flood lights behind the panels.

The total cost of the project was a little over $400.

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One response to “Scribble Christmas”

  1. Zack says:

    What did you use to punch through the letters to make holes for the lights?

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