1. Make these adorable little flag pins. snowdropandcompany.blogspot.ca Directions here. 2. Pay homage to moose and the Mounties with this excellent print. etsy.com Available here. 3. Three words: watermelon daiquiri pops. onceuponacuttingboard.com Get the directions here. 4. Felt a maple leaf brooch. tonyautkina.blogspot.com Here's how. 5. Your nails were meant to show national pride. nailartgallery.nailsmag.com 6. Canadize your cupcakes. etsy.com It's a word IF I SAY IT IS. Get these little flags here. 7. Make Canada Day bunting. simpleasthatblog.com Get the tutorial here. 8. Plant a garden of Canadian love. Via Shutterstock You might have to wait a little longer than these other projects, but it'll be totally worth it. 9. Colo(u)r! etsy.com Get the book here. 10. Binational? Bi-no-problem! etsy.com This is oddly intimate. 11. Say it with lunch. lushome.com 12. Or a hand-printed* T-shirt. workmanfamily.typepad.com *Literally. This would be especially fun to do with kids. Directions here. 13. Or just skip the t-shirt altogether. twindragonflydesigns.com 14. Knit some geese. ravelry.com Pattern available here (with login). 15. Or an illusion placemat. ravelry.com (brought to you by actual real magic) ravelry.com Pattern here. 16. Stamp everything you own. etsy.com Available here. 17. Make Canada Day dog treats. mydogsbreakfast.com Although since your dog probably doesn't know about Canada Day, he'll appreciate them all year long. 18. PRO TIP: Maybe don't dye your dog? View this video on YouTube youtube.com Or make him model while you play "SexyBack." IDK.