Thursday, June 26, 2014

Barnwood and Beadboard Patriotic Flags

Holidays and big events always seem to get here sooner than you think they will,
or at least they do for me.
I had so many ideas for projects for July 4th.
These barnwood and beadboard flags are finished up just in time.

My idea started out just painting a flag onto leftover beadboard.
Then I remembered a couple disassembled barnwood frame pieces that I had in my stash
and decided to put frames on the beadboard flags.

Once the barnwood frame pieces were assembled, I cut the beadboard to fit them.

I painted the beadboard flags the same way I painted
a flag on an old cutting board.
You can read more details about how I did that here.

After distressing and antiquing the beadboard flags,
I attached them inside of the frames and added hangers to finish them.

I'm a sucker for weathered barnwood
and I'm so glad I finally put these frames to good use.

Although I'm not planning to keep these,
I think they look great on the front porch of our cabin.

They are heading to my booth tomorrow morning
in hopes that they find a great home before the 4th!
(and if they don't, then at least I know they have a spot at my home)

 I hope your holiday plans are coming together.
Please tell me I'm not the only one who has more ideas than time.
Enjoy your weekend!
'til next time, 
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Linking to:
My Repurposed Life
Knick of Time
Farmhouse Friday Patriotic Decor


  1. Love it, the flags are perfect against the logs with the rockers.

    1. Thanks Dawn, The barnwood frames definitely go with the cabin :)

  2. I love them both :-) I could sit on your porch for hours! lovely.

    Happy weekend...

    1. You are welcome to come sit for hours Sherri :)

  3. I love this! Very simple yet beautiful & classic!
    A great repurpose project!

    1. Thank you so much J Swrewsbury! I'm off to check out your Three Dog Farmhouse :)

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  5. Your porch and flags are beautiful. Happy 4th of July!

    1. Thank you so much Laurel! Have a great holiday weekend!