The inspirational flag that I saw had a monogrammed initial stenciled on it rather than house numbers. A little sewing is needed, but not much. I am going to try to give an overview without getting too detailed or wordy. Please ask any questions or leave comments in the Post a Comment section at the bottom of the page and I will answer any questions you may have there. Sew your basic flag. Cut 3 strips of fabric about 3" wide for ruffles. Using the largest stitch on your sewing machine, sew down the middle of each strip. Do not back stitch. Pull the back thread (bobbin thread) to gather fabric. You can use your machine to sew on the ruffles, but I used my hot glue gun. Next, I ironed on numbers, and hot glued on a flower.
I decided to add curtains to my existing valance in the kitchen. I found some extra fabric I had tucked away. It has given my window a coffee shop look. Hmmm...maybe I made that up, but it looks much more cozy now. Isn't it interesting how something so minor can make such a difference?