With Everything Going On, I’m Ready For a Little Christmas Spirit

Let’s be honest, Halloween was so-so, and 2020 has been rough. I don’t know about you, but I could personally use a little bit of Christmas magic to make the world more beautiful. Over the years I have shared some of the best ways to do that, and this year, albeit a little different, I’ve got the answer for you all starting on November 18, 2020.

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My Canadian Christmas Wish List

So let’s talk about the holidays. If you aren’t already, it’s about time to start feeling festive and getting out the decorations. To plan those sumptuous meals, wrap the gifts, and get ready for one of my favourite seasons. For those of us in Canada, it’s time to get ready to brave the snow, adorn our homes with lights and fill each other’s hearts with happiness. And let’s be honest, there’s only a few truly Canadian brand that I would trust to make this all happen and I wanted to tell you a bit more about Canada’s Christmas store!

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A Truly Canadian Christmas

For those of you who follow along on our #DoTheDaniel adventures on our Instagram stories (and if you don’t – what are you waiting for?! We have loads of fun over there!) you’ll have seen that I was recently invited to Canadian Tire’s Christmas House party. With seven rooms devoted to seven CANVAS colours: red, gold, silver, blue, white, brights and serene rose (my personal favourite) it was like stepping inside Christmas itself. With garlands and tinsel and sparkles (oh my!) I was lucky enough to view their entire Holiday line-up. I was able to get ideas for my wishlist to Santa started nice and early, but I also came to realize that Canadian Tire is incredibly versatile when it comes to helping us create beautiful memories for the holidays and beautiful spaces in our homes. Above and beyond the ribbon and wrapping, there were several furniture items I now need to see if Santa can fit in his sleigh for me!

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