The Pledge of Allegiance {new printable} + giveaway

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I remember as a 5 year old going to school the first time and standing up with my class to say the Pledge of Allegiance everyday. I think that is when my love for the 4th of July and having pride in the good ol’ US of A started!

I now love seeing my kids say this and am putting this up in my home as a reminder of this great country that we live in.

Isn’t that such a fun print?!

This print is perfect for the 4th of July, but I also love that you can keep it up year round. (I am homeschooling my kiddos this next year and this will hang in our classroom.) This could also make a perfect beginning of the school year gift for a teacher or teacher appreciation gift for later!

You can buy the Pledge of Allegiance HERE!

SO do you want to win a 16×20 Pledge of Allegiance? (a $35 value)

Simply share this post on facebook, instagram, pin on ┬ápinterest or share on your blog and get an entry. That’s it!

Leave a comment for each thing you do!

Giveaway ends on Tuesday, July 1st!

Just as a reminder. You can also pick up these other amazing 4th of July prints in my shop..up to a size 36″x48″:

America the Beautiful can be found HERE:

You can find the My Country Tis of Thee print HERE:

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12 Responses to “The Pledge of Allegiance {new printable} + giveaway”

  1. Melissa Smith

    I shared on facebook

  2. Heather

    Shared on FB. :)

    • Heather S.

      Oops! Disregard this! Obviously I can’t read! You got a free Twitter share!

  3. Heather S.

    Shared on instagram! TwoLegoBoys– username.

  4. Cassie Balser

    Pinned on Pinterest!

  5. Christina Hall

    Pinned and shared on Facebook!

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