Hi! I’m Aliyyah, an island girl from Trinidad & Tobago.
Currently, I live, work, and play in Toronto, ON, Canada with my husband, Tom (who pops by the blog from time to time to share his Tom’s Picks).
I’m a self-taught baker, born with a creative flare, and have a schooling background in interior design. My “me” time is often filled with hitting the gym, getting creative in the kitchen, artsy projects, reading, or catching a good movie.
Flour + Paper was created to inspire you, through sharing a little bit of this + a little bit of that from my daily life happenings and all the neat things I discover along the way.
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