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  • Dianna Henderson

    4th Of July, Memorial Day, Labor Day. Easy to make -- get 8x10 frames and flags and tape them to a white paper background then into the frames.

  • e. yahrbe

    flag art

  • Alicia Farmer

    Flags framed

  • Hannah C.

    Easy to make -- get 8x10 frames and flags and tape them to a white paper background then into the frames. Might be a cool idea to do with old flags throughout history

  • Zach J.
    Zach J. • 3 years ago

    No reason to be embarrassed. I bet 75% or more wouldn't have known.

  • K JW
    K JW • 3 years ago

    True. I saw a decorating picture where the person used THE FLAG as a table cloth!!!!! So not appropriate.

  • Lynne
    Lynne • 3 years ago

    I hate throwing away those small flags, but they just start adding to the clutter over time. I've given some to Good Will, but this is a great idea. Thanks, and can't wait to see a Romney White House!! We're all behind you.

  • Lynne
    Lynne • 2 years ago

    I saw Paul Ryan in Springfield, VA. WOW!! I am so excited about the POTUS and VP we're sending to the WH, I can hardly keep from bursting!! Anyway, I have a flag from the PR event. I'm going to frame it and underneath the flag, put the event information. Now, I need a flag from an event with Mitt!

  • Susan Duplantis
    Susan Duplantis • 2 years ago

    @Lynette, That's a wonderful way to save a memory from the campaign!!

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