canada day shirts.
Hopefully I'm not too late posting this... you still have one day left if you're looking for Canada Day t-shirt ideas. So last year as you all know, I made these shirts for my kids. Well this year, I decided...
Free Friday- Canada Day Printable and Other Ideas
I have been really enjoying seeing all of the amazing 4th of July inspiration out there, but I have not been coming across too many patriotic ideas for us Canadians! I know there are ideas out there, but they must be just as discreet as us Canadians are ;) I decided to create my own CANADIAN subway art to display my pride in my country, and I'm sharing it with any and all Cannucks out there! It's a 5X7 so download, print, and display away! 5X7 Canada Day Subway Art Here are a couple of the…
Canada Day Cupcakes!
Canada Day cupcake ideas using two common themes that people think of when they think of Canada. Originally ispired by a party to celebrate Canadian citizenship
41 Easy Fourth of July Decorations to Get You in the Holiday Spirit
Decorate your home in the spirit of Independence Day with our red, white, and blue 4th of July decorations. These easy decorations cover every July 4th theme you can think of—including flags and fireworks—and they're cute to boot.
Canada Day Nanaimo Bar Cheesecake
The taste of a Nanaimo bar in a cheesecake! Can't get any better than this. Make in the jelly roll pan for serving a larger crowd. Result is thinner but still as tasty. (You will need to adjust baking time if you use the bigger pan.)
Canada Day Craft
It’s Canada Day on Thursday! A day off for me, a day spent meandering downtown for my teenager. (Teenager. Singular. I’m down to ONE teenager these days.) She is very much looking forwa…
Strawberry Cheesecake Bites
Canada Day is quickly approaching this Friday and I’ve been busy planning a few recipes for our BBQ get together. I love holidays because they challenge me to
Canada Day Sun-Catcher Craft
The girls made the sun-catcher below, at Vacation Bible School in June, and had so much fun with it they've been begging to make another one at home. I finally relented this week, adapting it for Canada Day, by cutting a maple leaf shape, using a cookie cutter for a guide, out of the center of two foam plates. The girls colored the sides of the plates (on the front of one, and the back of the other) red with a Sharpie marker. Then they glued the two plates together, being careful to match up…