Ever since he finished the deck, my husband has been in serious DIY mode, and I’m not complaining one little bit! We were window shopping a few weeks ago at one of our favorite places, Woodstock Market, and he saw a wooden American flag that he decided to recreate. I think we were both a little surprised with how well it turned out!
To make the stars stand out a bit more, we decided to rotate the boards for the star section of the flag. To keep it even, we measured the width of five of the boards, then matched that width to the height and drew a square. (Does that make sense at all?)
After drawing our square, Mark cut all five boards then we rotated them 90°.
Now it’s time to paint!
Who says it has to be Independence Day to make a flag, right?!