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HAPPY FOURTH OF JULY!

Happy Fourth of July

Vancouver, B.C., July 4, 2017

Happy Independence Day to our friends down south!

This year we celebrate the 241st year of independence for the United States of America! We wish all Americans in the USA and abroad a festive and patriotic day. Known for a day filled with parties, fireworks, parades, food, and patriotic colours of white, red, and blue; regardless where you are you’re sure to feel the atmosphere! On behalf of us at MyBrilliantStar we wish everyone a fun filled day!

If you’re interested in getting into the festive mood here’s how to celebrate the 4th of July on a budget! Are you interested in showing your American pride with white, red, and blue? Create your own Stars & Stripes with our white, red, and blue Herrnhut Stars! Perfect for indoor and outdoor use.

Enjoy the 241st birthday of the United States of America in style.  
Click here to find our complete assortment.

Have a fantastic and safe Fourth of July!
www.mybrilliantstar.com





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