Gone are the days when you could freely drive across the border to celebrate one of America’s favourite holidays with your family.

Fortunately, you can now host an epic virtual American Thanksgiving on Canadian soil.

Toss a football around with your bubble, watch the revamped Macy’s Day parade, and toast to these holiday finds to make your celebration a unique one.

Cheers!

Rustic Soy Candle

Your Thanksgiving table will feel complete with these hand carved wooden candles complete with small batch soy pours.

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Vintage Papier-Mâché Bowl

Made from recycled paper, these quirky bowls are at-home on a well styled harvest table.

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Antique Platter

There’s so much history behind this antique turkey platter and it’s so ready to grace your Thanksgiving spread.

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Alpaca Blend Throw

Throw on your stretchy pants and sweater, then toss this throw over your shoulders to nap after the big feast.

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Natural Linen Napkins

Go green this Thanksgiving with these handmade, stonewashed linen napkins.

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Thanksgiving Sweater

Post-feast, this might be the greatest crewneck you could ever wear.

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Handmade Ceramic Pot

This piece of Moroccan pottery serves incredibly flavourful food and makes a  colourful addition to your table.

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Shell Pillow

Handmade in Quebec, this retro pillow is a vibrant addition to your fall decor, complements of A Beautiful Mess.

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Thanksgiving Place Cards

Setting one of these adorable place cards at each diner’s spot is a lovely way to share in the gratitude of your intimate dinner.

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“Gather” Wall Hanging

A cozy home is always filled with a sign for friends and family to mingle around whenever they please (at a socially acceptable distance of course).

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Melaina Gasbarrino

Melaina Gasbarrino

Melaina Gasbarrino, is a certified reiki practitioner and yoga teacher. In 2017 she founded SALT to TREE, a wellness and conservation company that integrates the practices of movement and healing to live WITH the Earth. With her innate connection to the Earth, she always knew she was called to heal. Her experiences include teaching in Niagara, Toronto, New York, The Hamptons, Hawaii, Costa Rica, Muskoka, and Mexico.

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