Earlier this week I shared my excitement here over having found some photos in my Photobucket account of a few of my pre-fire projects from 2011 and '12 that I didn't believe I still had. Most are of cards - thankfully all long sent to their intended recipients - but there was a tiny number of pages in the midst, too (all of which were lost to the blaze).
I'm beyond thrilled to have a photo of this particular layout. I'd not had a chance to share it online years ago when it was made and yet it was (and is) one of my favourite pages I've ever created.
It celebrates our country and the first time that my husband and I ever visited the CN Tower in Toronto. Aside from the subject matter, this page means a lot to me because it personifies my scrapping style to a tee and reminds me of the kinds of projects I hope to create again down the road when I'm able to craft once more.
~*~ Thank you sweetly and thoroughly, lovely friends, for all of your awesome comments, gallery love, and PMs. I read, appreciate and cherish every one of them. ~*~