I didn’t get a chance do any scrapbooking as I was teaching at a shower for a lovely group of ladies (welcome btw, to my new subscribers :). There will be more on the shower once I am done the final touches. They did an amazing job.
In the meantime, I thought I would finally share my inspiring pics from Quebec City from our trip this summer. Although we were only there one short day & night, I tried to soak up as much history and architecture as I could. Such a beautiful city.
Even all of the fixtures everywhere were beautiful.
Of course they had horse drawn carriages. I even saw a bride arriving in one to her wedding. You could picture the streets being filled with them at one time.
I really liked the colouring on this house, especially the teal, always one of my favourites.
Part of the Chateau Frontenac which was bigger then I imagined.
The aged post office sign that I wish I could have taken home with me.
Here we are walking down the cobblestone streets of Old Quebec checking out all the quaint shops and looking for a cool place to eat dinner.
The oldest church in the city or possibley country, I can’t remember which, haha.
Another church and me playing with my camera.
The gazebos on the boardwalk were very big top-esque.
The Chateau as it was getting dark.
More of the gorgeous architecture and statues.
Fixtures at night. I could imagine these filled with amazing candle light.
The impressive fountain at night.
I dreaded leaving but knew I would be back. For now I must settle for all the inspiration it has brought me.