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Happy Thanksgiving Day

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Swap Coordinator:DonnaLeeDesigns (contact)
Swap categories: Miscellaneous 
Number of people in swap:14
Location:Regional - CANADA/USA
Type:Type 3: Package or craft
Rating requirement:4.80 (unrated swappers allowed)
Last day to signup/drop:September 3, 2011
Date items must be sent by:September 20, 2011
Number of swap partners:1

Thanksgiving Day in Canada is October 10th

Thanksgiving Day in the USA is November 24th

This is a fun swap - keep the cost UNDER $5.00

Send your partner 3 items with Thanksgiving theme - turkeys, corn, pumpkins, gourds, grapes, apples or fall leaves and a NOTE stating what you are thankful for.

Suggestions are napkins, note cards, table decorations, small pictures, ribbon, post cards, clear or rubber stamps, place cards, stationary, jewellery, stickers, stamped images, recipe for pumpkin pie or any fall type of recipe, fall colored papers/card stock, pumpkin flavoured tea or some pumpkin pie spice. NO Halloween stuff

As always - send what you would like to receive - send on time and rate your partners ASAP

Newbies allowed with a WELL FILLED OUT PROFILE

Any questions? - please PM me or post a comment NO FLAKERS


courtmm11 08/15/2011 #

Thanksgiving day in America is November the 24th..... fyi, always the last thusday of the month of November. Hope this helps....

Have fun!

DonnaLeeDesigns 08/16/2011 #

Thank you very much - fixed it in the description - Thursday is a strange day for a holiday - could someone tell me why it is on this day?

skippysmom 08/22/2011 #

In the USA, the first Thanksgiving which was celebrated on a fixed day was in 1863, in an effort by President Abraham Lincoln to foster a sense of American unity between the Northern and Southern states. It was not until December 26, 1941, however, that President Franklin D. Roosevelt, after pushing two years earlier to move the date earlier to give the country an economic boost, signed a bill into law with Congress, making Thanksgiving a national holiday and settling it to the fourth (but not final) Thursday in November. (Wikipedia)

DonnaLeeDesigns 08/23/2011 #

Thanks for the info

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