Happy Monday!!! Did you know that tomorrow is Flag Day? Yes, it is! So this post is a timely one. Today I’m going to share a tutorial for this Knock Off DIY Pottery Barn Flag Wall Art.
You may have seen this flag wall art in my Summer Home Tour last week. It’s a knock-off of Pottery Barn’s Hermosa Planked Flag Wall Art. I’m not sure why Pottery Barn named this the “Hermosa Planked Flag”? I would have called it a “Quilt Flag” or “Quilted Star Flag”. I think of it as a quilt flag because of the section of quilt squares where the stars would be. Now, I know this is not an accurate depiction of the American Flag, but I love the look. I know what the American Flag represents, and I believe most of my readers do too! I look at this as Americana wall art.
You can see the Pottery Barn Hermosa Flag HERE. Do you see that original price! Even the sale price of $179 is so much more than what we paid in supplies. The wood we purchased to make this flag came in at around $50. We purchased our wood for this project at The Home Depot. Below are the supplies you will need for this project. The wood was all we needed to purchase since we had everything else on hand.
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Here’s what you will need:
Wood – as shown in the design plans below
White Paint – can be craft paint, chalk paint, flat wall paint, etc.
Saw – Our Saw
Staple Gun – Our Staple Gun
Knock Off DIY Pottery Barn Flag Plans
I hope that you find these plans easy to follow. This is really the first time I’ve done plans like this, so please let me know if you have any questions. I’ve made the plans printable – just click each bold heading, for each of the 3 pages, and it will take you to the page to download the printable pdf file.
One thing I didn’t mention in the above plans, is that we sanded the cut edges of each piece of wood with a sanding block – just to get off any rough edges.
I’d love to hear if you try this project! It is doable and once we figured out the sizes for everything, the assembly was really easy! Like putting a puzzle together! If you do make one, I’d love to see a photo of your finished flag!!! Now, I’m off to pick up some more American Flags to display tomorrow in honor of Flag Day! I’ll be back on Wednesday to share my summer screen porch reveal! And, remember – if you like this project, PIN IT! Thanks!!!
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