Meet Miss Kaylee

VBS 2013 139Miss Kaylee is one of our weekly Sunday School teachers as well as a Preteen leader at Sunkids. She also serves as a crew leader for VBS.

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Today she stood in as worship leader for Preschool Chapel too!

Kaylee in Chapel

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Kaylee has performed in many musical productions at the IRSC Performing Arts Academy and is also active in the theater department of her local high school. We are thankful she is sharing her many talents here with our Sunlight Kids.

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In the future, Kaylee will be going on a mission trip to the Dominican Republic with Sunlight’s youth group and is considering a career in full time ministry after college.

How to Make a Movie Screen

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Today I got started on some VBS props. Made this movie screen in just half an hour with help from Kyle.

For my Pinterest friends, here’s how to make this screen for under $20:

Materials:

4×8 Foam Core board from Home Depot

1 Roll White Contact Paper

1 Colored Plastic Table Cloth

Foamies from the dollar store

Stapler

Step 1: When heading to Home Depot, keep and eye out for these.

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Step 2 & 3

Cut your tablecloth in half lengthwise and staple each half to top of the board. I bunched them a bit to look like curtains on a rod.

Embellish with your choice of foamies. Simply staple them on. I found these glitter crowns at the dollar store. curtain
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We use a projector, computer speakers, and hook up a laptop or DVD player to show the videos.

Last year we just used 2 white tablecloths taped to the wall for the screen and 3 red tablecloths for curtains and valance. We covered the rest of the room in black tablecloth. We bought a roll, cut to the length of the wall and pinned it into the ceiling tiles with T-Pins. It stayed up all week! Looking forward to making new movie memories this summer with our new movie screen.

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