Lovin' red for... Canada Day! - Funky Junk Interiors
cute mitts by Canada Cool Strawberry cheesecake bites by Oh She Glows sweet faded pillow at Helk At Designs Etsy Adorable Canadian banner at Simple As That Coolest Canadian shirt I ever laid eyes on by Workman Family Beaver cupcakes by Wild Flowers Berry and yogurt parfait by Meet the Dubiens Strawberry inspired cake by […]
Watermelon Daiquiri Pops for Canada Day
As I mentioned in my last post about our "food on a stick" themed meal , there was one more theme-related snack we enjoyed before dinner ...
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25 Canada Day Food Decoration Ideas, Themed Edible Decorations for Party Table
Canada Day food decoration ideas blend delicious ingredients with white and red colors inspired by the Canadian flag and patriotic theme
20+ Canada Day Activities and Crafts - One Time Through
Today's post is jam-packed with fabulous ideas for celebrating CANADA DAY! Let's be PROUD and teach our kids to be thankful for our amazing home.
50 Canada Day Table Decorations, Centerpieces and Summer Party Ideas
White and red colors, national symbols and creative craft ideas help bring the Canada Day spirit into Canadian homes and design unique and beautiful holiday table decorations and centerpieces
Canada Day inspiration: 25 DIY ideas, crafts, printables and recipes for July 1st
Canada Day is almost here! Get inspired for the big July 1st celebration with these 25 DIY ideas, crafts, printables and recipes!
Happy Canada Day Pops!! Noshing With the Nolands
I got this idea from a fabulous site called The Wicked Noodle. She did them for the 4th of July, I omitted the blue jello and voila Happy Canada Day Pops!!
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ButterTart Cupcakes. Butter tarts are foreign to most Americans but Canadians know how delicious they are!!! Give these a try, you wont regret it!
The word "eh" is not a weird tick Canadians have. It's tacked on to an end of a sentence to illicit a response or input. It's kinda like "right?"
It's "aboot" time to stop saying that.