This year’s Independence Day celebration will probably look a little different than most years. Even if we aren’t gathering in large groups, we can still celebrate our country’s independence! I typically don’t do a lot of decorating for July 4th, but several years ago Mark and I made a wood American flag that was inspired by one I had seen in the Pottery Barn catalog! The flag had quilt squares in the area where the stars would be on the flag. We still have this wood American flag that we made back in 2016 and it’s hanging in our downstairs family room. I thought today would be the perfect time to re-share the tutorial to make this flag quilt! It’s my submission for this week’s Home and Decor Encore!
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As always, there’s a great variety of posts in this week’s round up! Lori from The Stonybrook House is showing us how she transformed a Dollar Tree pizza pan into a pretty kitchen tray! And, Cristina from RemodelaCasa shows us how to make Americana windsocks!!! Laura from Duke Manor Farm is sharing how to set the perfect summer table! And, Christy from Our Southern Home shares an inexpensive way to create your own wall art. To view each post, just click on the BOLD TITLE above each photo! And, remember to pin from the original blog post and not the photos on this page! But, feel free to PIN the image above that includes all of today’s Summer at Home Posts!