Sunday, July 3, 2016

Celebrate July 4th with Lighted USA Wall or Window Signs

Lighted USA Sign Via Amazon
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Whether you're Decorating for a Patriotic Party or Choose to Feature Your Pride of Country all Year Round, a Lighted USA Sign Works Perfectly

When we celebrate special occasions, we tend to think of lighting in terms of decorative strings, however there's a way to incorporate art, decor and lighting when you use marquee signs or lighted letters and symbols. Not only do they funk-up a space, they also provide ambient lighting.

In fact, make it a habit to slowly collect all the letters of the alphabet, plus a few a popular letters in duplicate, so you can spell anything you like for all special occasions. 

As an example on July 4th, spell out 'USA', and change it up for other celebrations. Here are just a few popular ways you can interchange letters for other holidays and parties:
  • Valentines Day, spell out 'LOVE'
  • How about 'EASTER'
  • For someone's birthday, spell out their name in lights
  • For Halloween, spell out 'BOO' in lights
  • Of course, there's 'Merry Christmas'
  • Use them for weddings, 'Bride & Groom' or spell out the couple's names
  • How about 'The Bride Rocks'
  • Or 'BrideZilla"
  • or just get funny, and spell out something sarcastic and feature it in your front window!
You get the lighted picture!

With all the letters of the alphabet, you're only limited by your imagination. So go ahead and start with the letters USA; use them to celebrate July 4th, or to honor a returning soldier, then continue to collect the rest of the alphabet. 

What's July 4th without a Patriotic Song

Take a minute to enjoy this fantastic song by Faith Hill, called 'American Heart' - The video is as much fun as the song!


Happy 4th.... <3





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11 comments:

  1. What a great idea. I love the letters and lights!

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  2. Wow! What a great song. Loved the cute kid dancing with Faith Hill. :) Bright lights and sparkling music is a wonderful way to celebrate the 4th of July. Thanks for this salute to a U.S.A holiday, Barbara!

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    1. Pat, I can't get enough of that song, I must have listened to it 100 times

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  3. That's a great idea for outside decor. Very flexible. I loved the song.

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  4. That's a great idea for outside decor. Very flexible. I loved the song.

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    1. Barbara, the song is so catchy you can't help but listen to it over and over

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  5. You always come up with the greatest ideas. I love them all.....starting my collection now! Thanks Barbara, and I love the song too....

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    1. Grammie, thank you! I may have to do the same and collect the alphabet

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  6. Barbara, I always appreciate your thoughtful, kindhearted contributions for American holidays. As always, you have given us a wonderful decorating idea AND music. I do love Faith Hill too and I loved that lighted American heart she used for her backdrop.

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  7. The sign is a great idea for a patriotic decoration! Love the music, too!

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