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Star Winner MyBrilliantStar

Vancouver, B.C., May 31, 2015

See the happy winner of our "STAR RAFFLE" at the Open House from the Surrey German Language School

Kiki Kreuder picked up her red Herrnhut crafting star set.  Kiki was the lucky winner of our raffle at the Year End Bazaar/Open House from the Surrey German Language School. The Raffle Winner picture shows Kiki Kreuder (in the middle) receiving her prize from Christiane Clark (President of the school/on right) and Kirsten Friedrichs (MyBrilliantStar/on left).

Congratulations to Kiki.

Kiki was one of the vendors at the bazar and presented her first children’s book “Lina and the magic butterfly”, she published in November 2014.

The event was a huge success. The students received their certificates from the German Deputy Consul General Bertram Dierkes-Leifeld and had a lot of fun after their last lessons for this school year. The event offered games like sack race and tag war for example. The parents enjoyed the German Bratwurst and a lot of interesting products from different vendors.

If you want to see more about the different colors and sizes of the star Kiki won, please have a look at


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