That is if you have light (-; The day that I was working on this project is when another one of our many Texas thunderstorms came rolling through.
Seems like it rained pretty much the whole month of May.
I’m always up early because of my bad work schedule. I have to stay on my routine so not to mess up my sleep pattern. So for the first part of this project I was working by lantern and candle light.
After that dried I used white acrylic paint an stenciled my lettering and stars onto my picket.
Then there was light! I then cut my fabric strips for my 4th of July fabric banner sign approximately 18″ in length and 1″ wide.
I cut a total of twenty fabric strips, ten red, and ten white.
Using my handheld stapler I start by folding one end over and stapling the fabric strip to the bottom of my 4th of July fabric banner sign.
Continue stapling your fabric strips until you have them all in place.
Drill a hole in the top corner of each end then add your wire for hanging and that’s it.
What projects have you been working on for the 4th of July?
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