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Pink Hooter



My daughter made the above 'lil hooter. Isn't he adorable? She is visiting from Washington State! I've not seen her in what feels like forever, so we're catching up. She's been on the East coast for a couple weeks, but only this week made her way down to visit with us. She'll be here (we'll in and out visiting friends nearby in Philly) until mid-August.

Anyway, she made the above card for a friend for her birthday. She saw the owl cards I made and the Deer Friend card and wanted to make something similar. I really like the way she used non-traditional colors to color in the owl. Anyway, he's so cute, I thought you all would enjoy it too!

Comments

Sheena said…
Adorable! Love the colors of the owl, especially the pink! :)
Judy McMullen said…
This is adorable! Hope you and your DD are having a great time togther. She's visiting you from Washington state and that's where I am right now until the end of September!
Pam said…
So adorable! I can see she's just as talented as her mom!
Darling Offspring said…
Mahm! I told you I was around in January duuhhhhh so it hasn't been a yeeaar, gawwwwwd.
Cando said…
See! Proof from yer own blog: http://2.bp.blogspot.com/_Au0GPrqLXzc/SXXxB6BjrbI/AAAAAAAAARA/qqmvZXXaC5M/s1600-h/she+home+(web).jpg

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