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Wood Prints for Bizarre Holidays

June is over (cue cries of Noooooo...), but that means that July is in full swing! Now, we’ve got your biggest holiday in the U.S. on the 4th, Independence Day. It’s pretty exciting.

So, what do you do for the other thirty days in July? Find other reasons to party, of course! Just like other months, there’s a whole host of bizarre and lesser known holidays for each day in July. Here, I’m going to list a few of my favorites that I’ve discovered, and perhaps why a wood print would be a splendid way to commemorate it.

Fried Chicken Day

Yes, you read that right. There is a fried chicken day. It’s on July 6th, but it’s not officially confirmed or often celebrated. But why not give your local KFC a run? Or check out this list of Top 10 Fried Chicken Recipes (http://www.delish.com/recipes/cooking-recipes/fried-baked-chicken-recipes#slide-1).

Is it lunchtime at work yet?

Barbershop Music Appreciation Day

On July 13th, Barbershop Quartets are honored and celebrated. Since I have a little brother in his own quartet, I might consider gettting a small wood print for them. Perhaps a picture of them in their fancy suits, singing to a band of nice old ladies.

Cow Appreciation Day

On the 14th/15th, go out and give a nice big hug to a cow. Okay, my neighbor actually has a small ceramic cow collection. I know because I’ve watched their pets (who are not cows...). So, for the cow lover in your life, make them a fun custom “cow print” to add to their lovely collection.

Cousins Day

Ah, yes. We have days for the Father, for the Mother, for Parents in general, but at last there is a cousin day. Let me just say, I would not be where I am today without the love and support of my cousins. And I’ve got thirty of them! Wood prints all around for the cousin crew! We get together to hang out pretty often, which results in some of the most hilarious pictures you can imagine. And now those pictures can be immortalized forever with a wood print!

Father-In-Law Day

Did you miss out on getting your in-law a Father’s Day gift? Not to worry! On July 30th, there’s a second chance to redeem yourself. Grab an art print from our Fine Art collection up at the top, or create a custom print showing how much he appreciates it.

Mutt’s Day

All my dogs are mutts, and I still love ‘em. July 31st is dedicated to all things related to the loveable mixed breeds. This would be a great opportunity to sell wholesale prints for fundraisers, or have an adoption fair for your local shelters.


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