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This summer your home may need a DIY wooden American flag. Guess what? They are so easy to make and so inexpensive! I actually had everything on hand that I needed to make my version. Free is definitely the right price for me! Grab a scrap piece of plywood and make your own version using our instructions below. You are sure to love the results.
This one was originally posted on June 4, 2012 but I am republishing with more information.
Supplies needed to make your own wooden American flag:
- Plywood (my piece was about 2 foot by 3 1/2 foot as it was a scrap)
- Craft paint in red, white, and blue (be sure to use outdoor paint if you are going to use outdoors)
- Foam roller (optional)
- Paint pen
- Cricut machine (click here to see which one I like best)
- White cardstock
- Wood stain
How to Make a Wooden American Flag:
Painting the Flag:
First, paint the entire board white. I have a super easy secret weapon. I just discovered these fancy bottle tops from Plaid. They are available in the craft section at Walmart.
Distressing for a Rustic Appearance:
Love this DIY wooden American flag and want more ideas? Try the links below!
- Large Wooden Star: A Patriotic DIY
- Rustic Wood Flag You Can Make From Scraps
- BBQ Party Ideas: Buffet Condiment Holder
- Uncle Sam Decorations from Scrap Wood
- Patriotic SVG: 15 Free Files for Your Crafts
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