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Pink Saturday

My Pink Princess attended a birthday party a few weeks ago and came home with this....
How cool is that!! A baking party and with a PINK theme!!

She was  in 7th Heaven and so proud of herself !  
Happy Pink Saturday!
You can check out more pink over at How Sweet the Sound.
Now for the winner of the Italian Giveaway:
Congratulations to Shel from Auntie Thesis!


  1. I'll bet the kids all had a great time! A budding pastry chef maybe?:@)

  2. Looks like a lot of fun! Happy Pink Saturday!

  3. A baking party is a GREAT idea! Kids can celebrate, have fun, and learn something at the same time.

  4. Happy Pink Saturday Tiffanee Sweetie...
    What a gorgeous share. I love these new baking birthday parties that seem to be the latest rage. My grand daughter came home from one before Christmas, she had the cutest little printed apron that had been sewn for each of the girls, and she too brought home a plate of goodies. Boy some Mom's must be saints to take on this chore for an afternoon with so many little girls.

    Your cutie is just precious, and I love her platter of goodies. I am sure she had fun tasting them and sharing them with the family.

    Have a gorgeous weekend sweetie. Happy Pink Saturday and much love, Sherry

  5. Looks like a very good time, baking and decorating. But, I bet the best time was the feasting!!! Happy Pink Saturday, Char

  6. Everything looks so yummy and inviting! What a special time you both must have had.
    Happy Pink Saturday!

  7. Wow, that is super cute!! Wish I had a girl so I could do a cute pink party!

  8. Such a cutie in the chef's hat. Happy Pink Saturday.

  9. Pink sounds like a great theme for a party to me...looks like she had a great time!

  10. Birthday party take-aways are getting a little fancier and quite generous. envious I am of this pretty package ;O) I sometimes wish I could turn back the clock and not want to grow up so fast!

    Have a fabulous week Tiffanee.
    Flavourful wishes,

  11. Sweet! How fun for the kids, and a brave hostess. Grin.
    Happy PS


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