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Show 713

713-1 Clay Flag – What could be more patriotic than Old Glory – the ”nickname” for the American Flag. Captain Stephen Driver coined the name in 1831. As he was leaving on one of his many voyages some friends presented him with a flag of twenty-four stars. As the banner opened to the ocean breeze for the first time, he exclaimed "Old Glory!" After returning home he cherished the flag, many tried to destroy it during the Civil War, but Captain Driver protected it always.

713-2 Wood Fire Crackers – Celebrate our countries birthday on July 4th with a sizzling craft.

713-3 Let Freedom Ring – The American Eagle is the symbol of America for his strength and nobility.

Itty Bitty Red Hand 713-4 Red White and Blue Frame – Picture your favorite American in an easy to make clay frame.

713-5 All American Tote – Red, White and Blue is the basis for this Americana design for saving notes, cards and other papers.

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