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Flag Handprint Plaque

Handprint Flag Plaque

May 22, 2012 Sarah Coggins

My son & I made this plaque last year just before July 4th but it seemed fitting to share now a few days before Memorial Day. With Memorial Day, Flag Day (June 14th) and July 4th – it will be hanging on our wall for the next few months!

Flag Handprint Plaque

The handprint, stripes and blue canton were all done with paint. The stars were stamped on. Then I sketched the flag outline using a Sharpie marker and added the words with rub-on letters from my stash. Finally, I sealed it using Mod Podge and added a picture hanger to the back.

Supplies: wooden plaque; acrylic paint; brushes; star stamp; Stampin’ Up! Whisper White ink pad; black Sharpie marker; Making Memories rub-ons; Mod Podge; picture hanger.

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  • Melisa - Mommy This & That May 25, 2012 at 12:03 pm
    You both impress and scare me with your creativity! I thought I was creative but I'm not sure what happened!
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