Making Most of What You Have

Posted by on Jul 11, 2012 in Art, Blog | 2 Comments

I call this the Poor Man’s Premier Wall.

I had the opportunity this year to be creatively in charge of running the operations and creative team for what our church calls the Anthem Graduation Awards or as we like to call them, the AGA’s. Anthem is a 9 month long accredited leadership school that trains students up to be leaders in their communities, families, and world.

With the economy being the way it is, I was told to take hold of this event and make it something memorable, without breaking the bank. Premier walls are very common in today’s society and we see them all the time in Hollywood for awards ceremonies. This was my crack at creating a 24 foot Premier wall for under $150 total.

6 pieces of smoothed plywood, 1 gallon of white paint, and 2 cans of Black Matted and Gold Metallic spray paint.

Done and Done.

2 Comments

  1. Antury
    August 4, 2012

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    August 5, 2012

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