The most popular tea party flags are the Gadsden flag, the First Navy Jack flag, and the Culpeper flag. All three flags display the phrase “Don’t step on me” above. The Gadsden flag is yellow and shows a coiled timber rattlesnake. The First Navy Jack Flag consists of red and white stripes and an unrolled snake. The flag of Culpeper is white, with a Timber rattlesnake sandwiched between “Libertyor Death” and “Don’t Tread On Me”.
Of course, there are many ways to display these very popular flags that have undergone a major resurgence in recent years. At many tea party events and rallies across the country, these flags and icons are often fixed to poles and sticks and fly over the crowd. This basic form of portraying these flags may look cheesy, but it works. Many people find simple PVC plumbing, which is lightweight, flexible, and easy to manage, to be the best choice. However, without connector parts, they cannot be disassembled into smaller parts for ease of transportation. Flags can be secured to these poles by tying the flags to the poles or by piercing the pipe and using a simple snap hook attachment.
Of course, these tea party flags can also be used on the flagpoles of your home or home using basic halyard ropes. If you do, the 3’x 5’flag is the most common size used for this application because it can be seen from a distance. Flags that are regularly stored outdoors should be made of synthetic materials such as polyester and nylon. This is because these fabrics are more weather resistant than the flags of natural fibers such as cotton.
If you don’t have a tea party nearby and you don’t have a flagpole on the premises, you can also put these flags on your car. Car flag kits can often be used for a variety of flags. These flags are attached to the rear seat windows and are sealed in place by simply rolling the windows. As you can see, there are many ways to fly those tea party flags. Whether it’s a tea party rally, a lawn in the front yard, or a car, you can always find a way to show off your patriotism and love for personal freedom and do it with pride.