HAPPY THANKSGIVING 2016!

Happy Thankgiving 2016 Canada

Vancouver, B.C., October 10, 2016

Happy Thanksgiving 2016!

The second Monday of October marks a heartfelt and family-oriented holiday for Canadians living at home and abroad. The familiar scent of stuffing, spices, pumpkin, and turkey ripples through the air as families gather together to celebrate a long time tradition. That’s right, Canadian Thanksgiving is right around the corner!

While the food is often characterized as the focal point of this festivity and is largely celebrated, it is, in fact, the togetherness of loved ones and the decorations that create a cozy ambiance that delivers a memorable Thanksgiving.

With pumpkins, corn, and wheat sheaves placed as traditional house decorations, the Herrnhut Star is a seasonable and timeless addition to add brightness to your gathering. To add some light to your Thanksgiving, check out our 2016 SPECIAL EDITION Herrnhut Star ORANGE.

In addition to a Thanksgiving-oriented colour, a variety of other colours are also available. Take a look at our webshop to view the complete assortment!

We wish you and your loved ones a blissful and luminous Thanksgiving 2016!
www.mybrilliantstar.com





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