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Proud to be American Wall Art

Celebrate the 4th of July with this patriotic wall art craft designed by Terri Sproul. Decorate your home with this attractive 4th of July decoration or give as a hostess gift. 

Proud to be American Card


  • 8 x 10 EcoArt Board from Rubberstamp Concepts
  • Red, White and Blue Acrylic Paint
  • Wood Star from a craft store
  • Heartwarming Vintage Booklets "Seasonal" from Crafty Secrets
  • Metal word from Die cuts with a View
  • Burnt Sienna Glaze from Golden Paints
  • Black Marker - fine point
  • Black India Ink
  • Stamp: "Freedom is Never Free" from Stampotique


  1. Paint Blue square at top left hand corner of 8" x 10" EcoArt Board.
  2. Paint Red Strip and White Strips to complete flag design.
  3. Paint Wood Star with White Acrylic Paint. After Star's are dry adhere to Blue square of flag. See sample for placement.
  4. Cut Vintage Images from "Seasonal" Booklets and adhere to EcoArt Board.
  5. Adhere Metal Words to Ecoart Board.
  6. Ink "Freedom is Never Free" with Black India Ink and stamp onto one of the White strips of the flag.
  7. Using a fine point Black Marker and stickers around of the strips, stars and blue square of the flag.
  8. Using a Make up sponge add "Burnt Sienna" Glaze to all image and flag - this will give your piece an aged look.

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