Wednesday, June 22, 2016

Handprint American Flag

The other day we made a giant handprint American Flag and I LOVE how it turned out.

I am all about the handmade/homemade cheesy decorations - they are what I love to fill our home with.  I'm so happy we now have this to add :)




With 4th of July around the corner, this is fitting perfectly in our house!


All we did to make this was buy a giant foam board at Hobby Lobby (I think it was around 2$ with a coupon) - we already had the paint at home so literally all I spent on this project was a couple bucks!

I first painted out a corner where the stars (aka Avery's hands) would go - after that dried, Avery went first, then Ella did the top and 3rd row of the stripes and Brayden did the 2nd and 4th - the whole thing took us less than 15-20 minutes to complete and we did it outside to avoid paint everywhere :)




My kids loved making this!

10 comments:

  1. This is really cute! I love cheesy kids' art too. I have some hanging here and there and I have intentions of framing a bunch to hang in our basement playroom.

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  2. Oh I love this so much! I've always been a big fan of cheesy kids' art, too. I cannot bring myself to throw away anything that has their sweet little hand and footprints on it. :o)

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  3. How darling :) Chelsea @ http://thewilliamsjourney1.blogspot.com/

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  4. Your project turned out great. Love how cute and patriotic it is.

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  5. Loooooove this! So cute, Lizzie, so cute!!

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