“This year’s Color of the Year is powerful and empowering. It is a new animated red that revels in pure joy, encouraging experimentation and self-expression without restraint, an electrifying, and a boundaryless shade that is manifesting as a stand-out statement.”
“An unconventional shade for an unconventional time, Viva Magenta is a signal of strength, inclusivity and self-expression.”
“PANTONE 18-1750 Viva Magenta welcomes anyone and everyone with the same verve for life and rebellious spirit. It is a color that is audacious, full of wit and inclusive of all.”
The hex code for the color of the hat (Viva Magenta) is #be3455. The hex code for the hatband is #9e0039.
Isn’t it delicious? Hattingdon absolutely adores it.
Here we are, on Day 7, our final post of the series. This design is just so fun . . . and oh so Christmassy.
Absolutely everyone adores this hat. No doubt about it — Vivian outdid herself. Here it is!
Created in 2013, and released in 2017, Macy is the most popular Hattingdon Christmas hat of all time.
This hat would do very well for Boxing Day tomorrow too . . . . in a way. What is Boxing Day?
“Boxing Day is held every December 26th in many countries associated with the British empire,” states the BBC. “The name comes from a time when the rich used to box up gifts to give to the poor. Boxing Day was traditionally a day off for servants — a day when they received a special Christmas box from their masters. The servants would also go home on Boxing Day to give Christmas boxes to their families.”
From all of us to all of you, we wish you a very, merry Christmas. Love, Team Hattingdon.
The name “Christmas pudding” is first recorded in 1858 in a novel by Anthony Trollope.
Christmas pudding (or plum pudding) is sweet dried-fruit pudding traditionally served as part of Christmas dinner in Britain and other countries to which the tradition has been exported. Therefore this includes United Kingdom, Ireland, Australia, New Zealand, South Africa, Canada, and the Caribbean.
What is a Plum Pudding?
Plum pudding is usually made up of nutmeg, raisins, nuts, apples, cinnamon, and dates, along with other ingredients. In England, traditionally every person in the home holds onto the wooden spoon together to help stir the batter. While they are stirring, they also make a wish!