Magazine Mosaic Flag

Magazine Mosaic Flag - craftsbyamanda.comMade from recycled magazines, this flag is a fun art activity that kids will love. Showing your patriotism is not just reserved for adults, kids love showing off their USA pride too! This is a great way to use some of those magazines and allow kids to express their creativity.

Magazine Mosaic Flag - craftsbyamanda.comIn honor of the 11 year anniversary of September 11th, now known as Patriot Day, I’m sharing this easy project with you so you can share it with your children. I remember every last detail from that day, from the whereabouts of my children to the place I was standing when I heard the news. It’s important for us to share the significance of this day with those that come after us.

Magazine Mosaic Flag - craftsbyamanda.comThis activity is simple and a great way for kids to celebrate this great country of ours.

Magazine Mosaic Flag - craftsbyamanda.comWe will never forget.

Magazine Mosaic Flag
  • 4” x 6” piece of thin cardboard (cereal box, notepad, etc)
  • White acrylic craft paint
  • Magazines
  • Scissors
  • String
  • Glue stick
  • Hot glue gun or instant grab glue



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