A DIY Garden Flag

June 19, 2013
This week I am sharing with you how to make a one of a kind flag for your garden.This is an easy project that you can do in an hour or two and makes great use of fabric scraps or remnants. I could not decide between the visual concept that I had for two flags so I decided to just make them both!

I made one version where there is a little sewing involved. A beginner can easily accomplish this flag, but if it seems too difficult, these flags can be made using some fabric glue. In fact, the both the center medallions on the flags are attached with washable fabric glue.

I think they turned out super cute!
Now, if I can just get the kids to agree on which flag to hang on the gate each day.


For all the DIY directions, head on over and visit my post on HGTV Gardens.
 Photo Credit: Tilly’s Nest



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4 thoughts on “A DIY Garden Flag”

  1. I think they are both lovely. Perhaps you could hang one on each side of the gate. Thrilled to join this weeks blog hop 🙂

    If you had the html for you blog hop button I would love to add it to my blog sidebar.


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