Scrap Wood American Flag Wall Art

After a friend mentioned how much she loved the a wooden American flag from Pottery Barn, Bridget from Windgate Lane decided to surprise her with a DIY version. Bridget says, “It was fairly easy and definitely cheaper, coming in around $20! Some scrap wood, liquid nails, and paint, and this lovely was ready to go! Now I am considering an even larger version to hang in our back yard.”

scrap wood american flag fourth of july

The original inspiration came from Pottery Barn’s American Folk Art Museum Flag Wall Art.

american folk art museum flag

Go to Windgate Lane for the tutorial.

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