Friday, July 15, 2011

Pink Sweetness

For our camping trip a couple of weeks ago, I made some chocolate cheerio pops - for the grownups. But this little one's mother decided to let her have a go at it too. I think she liked the sprinkles best of all. It's a little hard to bite anything without teeth. 

She was the cutest little camper I ever saw - that hat, and a pink fleece vest. 

After turning in two big assignments, I rewarded myself with a little time on Picnik. In honour of the Space Shuttle's last flight, they have some Space textures to try out. This is one of them. 

I'm joining Beverly's Pink Saturday for the first time.


  1. That is a very pretty flower, but nothing can top that precious child.

  2. Darling! Now try that space texture over your little one's picture and you'll probably be getting close to what she thought about that yummy treat. ☺

  3. Awww...what a little doll!!!

  4. sweet girl! And love the space texture.... I need to go get that!

  5. What a cutie!
    When I was growing up, my father showed Dalia's at all of the major events...your flower and the totally fun effects brought back memories and made me smile!! Thank you!
    HPS Nerina xOxO

  6. Good job with Picnik! Beautiful.

    And a very sweet camper in pink...and all grown up already!

  7. It's important to dress appropriately for outdoor activity - one can never start too young. She's lovely in pink!

  8. Hi Lorrie,
    Of all the pinks I've seen today she is the loveliest!
    Have a wonderful weekend.

  9. She's a sweetie! And I love what you did with the textures.

    Happy PS!

  10. Oh such a sweetie. Love the photo too. Blessings, Debbie

  11. Oh my goodness, she is the cutest little pink girl, and that is the prettiest pink dahlia!! All smiles!


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