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Take some pink, add a Saturday....

{image - Kasha Harmer}


.....and what do you get? Pink Saturday, of course!

As many of you know, Beverly has given us the task of introducing a pink saturday "neighbour".

This week I would like to introduce Caren and Ashley from Kdottie designs.

Their story begins with the fairy doors - after teaching and owning a dance studio with her husband for the past 30 years (and counting), Caren has sadly noticed the decline of children's imaginations. To combat this growing problem, she designed and created a series of fairy doors which are used daily in her dance classes.

{kdottie fairy dot fairy door}

Sharing her mom's creativity, Ashley has designed her own line of home and fashionable accessories for k dotties while studying dance and fashion in New York City.

Currently, both Caren and Ashley are joining forces (mostly long distance) to create a children's boutique of toys, clothing, and other fun items.

Note should you need one, I have a fabulous pink fairy clock in my Fabulously French showroom which would make a gift for a wee fairy lover.

Wishing you all a very happy Pink Saturday, and remember to visit Beverly's blog for more fabulous pink blogs.

L x

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  1. Happy pink Saturday Leeann.
    Love the little fairy door and what little girl would not like that.

    Have a great weekend
    Hugs
    Carolyn

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  2. Happy Pink Saturday. I love the big pink frame photo. The fairy door should inspire children to imagine. It's a wonderful idea.

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  3. Happy Pink Saturday and I so love the little fairy doors.

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  5. OK, let's try this again. :) I just love those doors. Thanks very much for sharing. Happy Pink Saturday!

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  6. How much fun! Pink Saturday AND fairy doors .... and it's still only Friday at my house!!
    Hugs and have a SUPER WEEKEND!
    Betty :)

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  7. I love pink! iam on my way! happy pind saturday! lulu

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  8. Beautiful pinks and I love adding a little Saturday on top. I off to visit, thanks for sharing your new pink friend. Happy PS!
    Kelley

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  9. What a wonderful Pink Saturday post! I just ♥ the fact that each of us shares such a variety of items - that's one reason why this event is never boring. Always something fun, new, lovely or interesting around the corner.

    Thanks for sharing a part of yourself today☺ Cold, gloomy day today but, as always, bright and sunny on the Pink Saturday blogs.

    ♫Wishing you sunshine and happiness this weekend!♫

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  10. Happy pink Saturday! So cute! Have a great weekend!-Jennifer:)

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  11. Those colours are my favourite! Great blog by the way!

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  12. So cute! I love it! I have a tiny fairy door for the garden but there is no reason why I can't turn another inside door into a fairy door! Fun! Happy Pink Saturday!

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  13. It's a good idea to wish us a happy pink saturday,it helps to get a positive attitude!
    val

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  14. I love the pink fairy door, perfect for Pink Saturday. I do hope your having a wonderful and restful weekend.

    xxx, Michelle

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  15. I'm a big fan of Caren's - those fairy doors are wonderful. Happy Pink Saturday!

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  16. The fairy door makes you want to spin stories, I hope the kids feel the same way.

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  17. Love pink Saturdays. Great Post. Maria

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  18. Such a lovely story! Happy Pink Saturday! (a little late)

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  19. WOW! I LOVE the idea of the fairy door. I'm so glad I came by because the idea even sparks my own imagination. Thank you for introducing us to Caren.

    .•*˙˙*•.HaPPy PiNk SaTuRdaY!.•*˙˙*•.

    Cheers! =D
    ~Kitty Kellie

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  20. Leann ~ OMGosh I am so honored! I am still making my Pink Saturday rounds even though it is Sunday. I had no idea that you posted about me - thank you from the bottom of my heart! What a sweetheart you are. Happy Belated Pink Saturday....have a wonderful week!

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