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Have a yummy pink Saturday

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Wishing you all a very yummy pink Saturday........
L x


  1. I want to make these...and then give them as gifts! Incredible and so perfect!

  2. Hi Leeann,

    These look so yummy and love the colours.

    Happy weekend

  3. these are so gorgeous - what a great idea to celebrate pink days!

  4. Cute. Have a great weekend. Julie

  5. Now that's what I love--gorgeous and edible!

  6. It looks yummy and fabulous.
    Happy Pink Saturday!

  7. Gorgeous pinkness from you, happy PS!

  8. Oh! These are lovely and really look yummy! I'll have two please! Thanks for sharing and be sure to come on over and enter my BLOGOVERSARY GIVEAWAY going on now! Everyone is welcome!!!


  9. Winter is just around the corner in my neck of the woods so Pink Saturday is even more meaningful for me because I won't see my garden bloom again until at least May of next year!

    Thanks so much for your participation this week. It brightened my day☺

    Wishing you a wonderful weekend filled with happiness surrounded by those you love.

  10. Those cookies are too much. I love them :-). I hope you are having a wonderful day.

  11. Great cookies!! I actually found the cookie-cutters for making these some time ago on the internet, and I `m planning to order them before christmas for making gingerbread-cookies!! Have a great Pink Saturday! Love your new photo by the way, you really look fabulously french!! From AK;)

  12. Those look delicious! Happy Pink Saturday!

  13. Those are darling! The baking time of year is here!

  14. So can I just have the Heel part of that shoe???It looks yummy....

  15. Happy pink Saturday to you too- those cookies make me smile! yummmm

  16. What fabulous biscuits. As I'm writing this, I'm eating a huge pink meringue !!!! How naughty am I ?
    Have a great, pink, sugary weekend. XXXX

  17. OK, now who in their right mind wouldn't want one of those gorgeous cookies. My mouth is watering, Happy Pink Saturday, Char

  18. Beautiful cookies! I hope you are having a wonderful weekend.
    xo, Michelle

  19. Moi, je t'aime! The cookies are so sweet and lovely.

  20. LOVE those cookies!! Soooo FUN and pretty and I"m sure YUMMY!!!

  21. Oh those cookies look fabulous!!!

  22. Oooh,they look fabulous!!! I want some!!!

    lesley : )

  23. Oh my goodness.... I am love with those pink Eiffel Tower cookies! Happy way belated Pink Saturday! ~ Lynn

  24. These are the cutest cookies ever.

  25. I want to make them & wear them!


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