Happy Birthday America!

I don’t know about you but I love the 4th of July.  I love the festive nature of the holiday and all the wonderful red, white and blue crafts used to celebrate America’s birthday. In order to give you some terrific holiday ideas, Farmer’s Market Finds put a “shout out” on Facebook, Twitter and Instagram to find you an assortment of great patriotic products for you to enjoy on Independence Day!

Set the perfect holiday table with red, white and blue pottery from Kyle Smith Pottery. Festive plates, bowls, and serving pieces are a great way to get the party started. You can find Kyle’s full display this and every Saturday at the Soda City Farmer’s Market in Columbia, SC.

The Red, White and Blue Collection from Kyle Smith Pottery

Light up your 4th, with these fantastic patriotic candles from the Lucky Lucy Candle Company. You may remember we featured this company a few months ago in our post I Love Lucky Lucy.  Shop for her candles online or catch her on Tuesdays and Thursdays at the Surf City Summer Market in Surf City, North Carolina.


Patriotic Candles and Decor from the Lucky Lucy Candle Co.

Show your patriotic spirit inside and out with beautiful wreaths, children’s clothing and accessories from A Collective Effort at the Smithfield Farmer’s Market in Smithfield, Virginia.  A Collective Effort has a wide variety of patriotic goods from afghan blankets, decorated bibs, beautiful hand-smocked dresses, hair bows and so much more!

Patriotic Wreaths and More available from A Collective Effort at the Smithfield Farmers Market

To help remember this holiday and all the important dates in your life, make sure to pick up this beautiful leather bound journal from Cold Mountain Crafts.  The journal honors the dream of Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. and the spirit of America. The journal comes with a stamped dog tag front reminding us “From Every Mountainside Let Freedom Ring!”  You can find this and other wonderful handcrafted leather goods online or at the Aspen Saturday Market in Aspen, Colorado.

cold mountain

Handcrafted leather journals from Cold Mountain Crafts so you can remember this day and every day.

To help our smallest family members get in the holiday spirit, check out the baby clothes from Gems By Ginny.  With these beautifully decorated and hand-decorated onesies, t-shirts, and tu-tu’s, even the smallest tot can celebrate in style. Perfect for holiday photos.  Find Gems by Ginny online or at the Bridgeport Farmer’s Market in Bridgeport, WV.

Patriotic Children’s Wear from Gems by Ginny

Show off your pets with festive costumes from Barks About Tails. With a wide assortment of costumes, collars, and bandannas, all the family pets can get in the spirit! So whether you’re marching in a 4th of July parade, celebrating at home, or hitting the streets show off your patriotic pups! Check their Facebook page for a listing of markets and shows they are attending.

Even the dogs can celebrate the 4th of July with patriotic outfits and bandanas from Barks A Bout Tails!

While you are feasting on burgers, corn on the cob and potato chips, let the dogs have their own celebration with customized dog treats from Fetch! Gourmet Dog Treats.  For July, Fetch! is featuring its Stars & Stripes dog treats. The treats are peanut butter based with sweet potato, oat flour and salmon oil – super yummy and healthy for your dog! Find them online, this and every Saturday at both the Williamsville Farmer’s Market and the Clarence Hollow Farmer’s Market, or check their website for 6 other locations in and around the Buffalo, New York area.


Healthy and delicious dog treats from Fetch! Gourmet Dog Treats

Have a safe and happy 4th of July!  See you next time at the market!


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