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Christy Martinez from New Vintage Church in Santa Rosa, California brings us this winter starlit night.They started by using LED net lights (from Target) and connecting them together for panels. They attached them at the top to a piece of wood, then zip tied and stapled the lights to the wall. They hung sheer material over the lights to soften the LED lights. Next, they hung pre-lit stars from IKEA and bought a few standing matching star lamps from IKEA. They finished off the stage with 12'…

They has a 27′ x 90′ space to fill, so they chose window-screening material. They purchased the screening in 25′ rolls (4′ wide), unrolled them and wrinkled it up. No cutting necessary! They hung the screens with zip ties and lit them with American DJ – LED Megabars. The materials (not lights) cost $450 and the whole set took only 2 of us 3 hours to setup. Awesome!

Tracy Grubbs from Lake Forest Church in Huntersville, NC brings us this repurposed design along with their cool design grid in the background. They got their inspiration from the design called Pallet Gaps by Santa Cruz Bible Church. Their building dudes cut all the pallets apart and since they were going after a more irregular look, they randomly assigned them a home and used a nail gun to attach the pallet pieces to the stage grid (see below for more on the grid). They sandwiched the…