In light of Canada’s 150th anniversary, Close to My Heart is celebrating all things Canadian this month! We’ve even put together a Canadian Celebration Bundle (CC1311), at 20% off its retail value, to show our friends in the Great White North just how much we love being south of the border neighbors!
The Canadian Celebration Bundle comes with an exclusive My Acrylix® Canada 150 stamp set (A1214), with the official Canada 150 logo!
Composed of a series of diamonds representing the 13 Canadian provinces and territories in the shape of the iconic maple leaf, we have been granted permission to use this design to create an evocative stamp that fosters feelings of pride and celebration. (Add beautiful color and dimension to your stamped image with your watercolors or pencil crayons!)
Also included in this bundle—our new Z3391 Cricut® Hello Canada Digital Collection (some images shown above). Featuring 20 layered images, this collection has shapes, overlays, and names for all Canadian provinces and territories.Planning on a game of pond hockey? There’s a cut for that! Paying a visit to Parliament Hill? There’s a cut for that, too! We’ve got you covered from sea to sea, Canada!
And to round out the bundle, we’ve selected 12 sheets of cardstock just for you, including 2 Cranberry and 3 White Daisy, of course!
Whether you’re a native, visitor, or an admirer of all things maple, avoid a kerfuffle and take advantage of the Canadian Celebration Bundle while it’s available—July only! AND, as if this bundle isn’t a beauty already (yeah right, eh?) we are saving you a few loonies and offering it at 20% off retail value!
Here’s a QUICK LINK directly to my WEBSITE for your convenience.
Visit the CTMH Blog HERE and in the comments section, share what you love most about this bundle and why!
Happy birthday Canada!
Definition of Canadian colloquial terms:
- Great White North—nickname for Canada
- Pencil crayons—colored pencils
- Pond hockey—informal variety of ice hockey
- From sea to sea—Canada’s national motto
- Beauty—something done well
- Yeah right, eh?—don’t you think?
- Loonie—a dollar