4th of July Decorations – The Holiday Hutch
Bring out the Red, White and Blue…
We have come full circle. 4th of July is the last of the holiday decorations showcased in The Holiday Hutch since we started last year in October with Halloween decorations.
A person could leave this Americana look up all year long if they had the inclination to do so. Red, white and blue is a very comforting and yet cheerful color combination.
Use 4th of July cloth napkins like you would a doily. Get a fabric in a red, white and blue or a solid red or blue and cut it into squares to use under or in your theme.
Add in unexpected items. The reason the copper kettle is included is because of Paul Revere’s work with copper. It’s always fun when someone gets the connection.
Get a handful of little American flags and place them in a red or blue vase or glass like a little bouquet.
Remember to vary the heights of your items to add interest.
The Holiday Hutch – Not just for the Holidays
You don’t have to limit the themes of your Holiday Hutch to the holidays. You can also showcase collections that you might have, items that you like or events. For example: summer sunflowers or a beach theme would be nice. Birthdays, anniversaries, or any congratulatory event will bring a smile to anyone’s face. If you have kids or grandkids you can fill it with animated characters. Of course you can always fill it up with items that fit in with your everyday décor.
Have fun with your Holiday Hutch. It is a great way to decorate and showcase fun items that you have accumulated over the years. It can be a moving part in your otherwise stable décor.
Amazing Advantages of The Holiday Hutch
The more items you put in the Holiday Hutch the better it looks. You will not believe how many items you can put on each of the shelves. Quite frankly it’s “AMAZING”, I love it and I’m sure you will too!!!
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