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Celebrate America with this wonderful 4th of July kiosk. This project was created at the request of a special customer (thank you Barbara!) and it was so much fun to design and develop. Just like our Christmas, Easter and Valentines kiosks, it is easy to assemble and stands 8" tall excluding the sign, or 9 1/2" including the sign.
I have filled the shelves of this kiosk with a wonderful collection of goodies. There are a total of 43 vintage fireworks boxes, printed and laser cut and scored for you to assemble. There is a wonderful pinwheel stand. (thank you to the wonderful Joann Swanson, who's original pinwheel stand was the inspiration for my smaller vintage version), there are sparklers and roman candles, a sparkly Uncle Sam hat, 8 Victorian 4th of July standees, and best of all, there is a collection of 3D figures to paint... there's a wonderful rustic Uncle Sam a tiny pair of Uncle Sam and Statue of Liberty figures, a wonderful flying bald eagle, and the sign on the top of the kiosk features a 3D printed eagle clutching his arrows and olive branch. There is also a wonderful string of firecrackers, a welcome sign and the kiosk is decorated with vintage 4th of July artwork.
A complete online tutorial will be provided. I am offering this class now in order to be able to ship these kits to you in plenty of time to allow you to assemble them and display them for the fourth of July holiday. These kits will ship no later than June 10th. As with all of my online classes, all materials that you see in the photo are included in the kit. You will need to provide basic tools, paints, glues, stain and colored pencils.
I'm offering a $5.00 early bird registration discount for all who register by midnight, May 14th. This helps me so much in being able to order supplies early. (Especially since suddenly there seems to be some difficulty in getting basswood in some of the sizes I use the most.) Use the coupon code INDEPENDENCE when you checkout and the cart will deduct $5.00 from your order total. Be sure to refer to the photos below, and if you have any questions, drop me an email.