Wooden American Flag Bunting

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Recently I entered a contest and the theme was "patriotic."



So in honor of the Fourth of July I created a flag bunting.  

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I saw a wooden half circle door mat for sale at a local discount store and I knew someday it would be great for something...

Today was that day, it was just what I needed for this project!

I removed the rubber separators from one side of the wooden mat so it would be even of an arch shape,
then I tied it back together tightly. 

I screwed the smaller end onto a strip of wood for stability. 


I spray painted the bunting white and marked off where I wanted to paint the blue and the red stripes



I was feeling lucky on this project because 
the vinyl letters I ordered a few weeks ago came today!

Perfect for my sign!


I used an antiquing glaze on both the bunting and the sign, then heavily distressed them both using sandpaper. 

I screwed the entire creation together and hung it with an old window chain.



This rustic wooden bunting I proudly hang
over my garage all summer!

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16 comments

  1. You did a great job ... I thought that one was really cute and unique!

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  2. I loved your bunting....very clever! I have made my guess as to which project is yours. We'll see if I'm right. I'm enjoying doing the contest with you. I have enjoyed your blog for a long time and feel like I already know you. Lisa~

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  3. Love this! What a neat creation! I voted...hope I'm right!

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  4. so unique! i love it! thanks for sharing this at my party. :)

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  5. Really cool! I am having a Red, White and Blue Linky Party this week and I'd love for you to join in on the fun by adding your link!
    http://www.itsybitsypaperblog.com/2011/07/red-white-and-blue-linky-party.html

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  6. Such a fabulous idea! A really unique way to show your patriotism.

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  7. How fun! I would love if you would link up your project to our {What I Made Wednesday} Linky party!!

    Briana

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  8. Wow, Impressive, I really like this. Thanks for sharing.

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  9. Susan, What a fabulous project! I love this and I am on my way to check out the other contestants. Thanks for joining my Open House party this week.
    xo,
    Sherry

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  10. Oh, that is awesome! Fabulous idea! Thanks for linking up to this week's Catch a Glimpse party. I'll be featuring this tomorrow.

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  11. That is absolutely incredible! What a fantastic project and we are so thrilled you shared it with us last weekend at Inspiration Friday!
    Vanessa

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  12. I love your flag bunting! You did a super job.
    gail

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  13. Outstanding piece, Susan! I've yet to see a wooden walkway shaped like that but I'll be sure to look for one now.

    Shared this on FJI Facebook for SNS 97. :)

    https://www.facebook.com/photo.php?fbid=10150351531981141&set=a.192514281140.164586.175378011140&type=1&theater

    Donna

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  14. Love it and would love to make one for my house. Unfortunatly I cannot find the wood mat. Sad

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