4th of July Gift Items
July images printed on our personalized gift
products. Items may be customized with your own text. Great for gift ideas, barbecue, outdoor
parties, patriotic gift items and fundraising ideas. Available items
Shirts, T-Shirts, Hoodies, and Shoes
Accessories - Bags, Hats, Aprons, and
Postage - Postage and Postcards, Envelopes and Invitations, Photo Cards, Greeting
Cards, Labels, Notebooks
Home Products - Mugs
and Steins, Poster and Canvas Prints, Plates and Ornaments, Stationery, Necklaces, Coasters, Gift
Boxes, Pillows, Water Bottles, Napkins, Placemats, Kitchen
Office Products - Business Cards, Mousepads, Letterhead, Flyers,
Rack Cards, Binders
Products - Pet Clothing, Stickers, Photo Sculptures, Magnets, Buttons, Keychains,
Bumper Stickers, Skateboards, Speakers, iPhone and iPad cases, iPod Touch cases, Samsung Galaxy cases,
Blackberry Cases, Puzzles, Photo Plaques, Sleeves for Electronics, Gel
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The 4th of July is a federal holiday in
the United States of America commemorating the adoption of the Declaration of Independence on July 4, 1776.
This document was a statement declaring independence from Great Britain. Independence Day, the 4th of July,
is commonly celebrated with fireworks, parades, barbecues, carnivals, fairs, picnics, concerts, baseball
games, family reunions, and political speeches.
In the pre-Revolutionary years, colonists had held annual
celebrations of the king's birthday, which traditionally included the ringing of bells, bonfires, processions
and speechmaking. By contrast, during the summer of 1776 some colonists celebrated the birth of independence
by holding mock funerals for King George III, as a way of symbolizing the end of the monarchy's hold on
America and the triumph of liberty. Festivities usually accompanied the first public readings of the
Declaration of Independence, beginning immediately after its adoption. Philadelphia held the first annual
commemoration of independence on July 4, 1777, while Congress was still occupied with the ongoing war. George
Washington issued double rations of rum to all his soldiers to mark the anniversary of independence in 1778.
In 1781, Massachusetts became the first state to make July 4th an official state
After the Revolutionary War, Americans continued to commemorate
Independence Day every year, in celebrations that allowed the new nation's emerging political leaders to
address citizens. By the last decade of the 18th century, the Federalist Party and Democratic-Republican
Party had arisen and began to hold separate Independence Day celebrations in many large
Sample 4th of July Images on Gift Products.
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Designs With The 4th of July on personalized
gifts at our Zazzle store.
4th of July Images
Printed in color on our Zazzle products, these and many more gift products can be cherished
for years to come. Click on the CAROUSEL to order printed gift products.