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Norwood, M.A. (CBS) — Forget a flag planted in the ground or waving from a pole, Arthur McCann turned his lawn into a giant picture of stars and stripes!

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He used field paint, stencils and measuring tape to get it just right, and it’s always a big hit.

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“I have a 4th of July party every year and the kids really enjoy it, so I like to show them what you can do if you put your mind to it,” said Arthur McCann. “And just a little respect for the veterans and to remind people there are American patriots still in this country.”

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McCann says people stop to take photos all the time, some even stand on the roof of their cars to get an overhead shot.