Thursday, September 30, 2010

Jeep Theme

My son recently turned 16! I am so proud of who he is becoming. He makes me just beam inside.
These are a couple invites I played around with. I used the top one!

Here is the birthday card I made for him. He loved it- thought the copper was really cool. (I need a little more practice) But I am pleased with how it turned out.
And his cake, he wanted a white cake! So inside all the decor is a simple white cake.
The banner-notice the jeeps. He has actually had his jeep since February, but he is getting a little closer to being legal!!! LOL
Streamers. We also used these decorations at the Lindon Ladies fair. So they have gotten good use out them. I hate wasting my hard work. Thanks for stopping by today. Take care! And as usual these products can be purchased from LadyBird Designs.

Wednesday, September 29, 2010

Finger Cakes

I believe I have told you that LadyBird Designs attended the Lindon, UT Ladies fair. I made some these treats to sell at the fair. They are delicious cream cheese pound cakes.
I thought they would be fun share. This is the plate I gave to my mom for her birthday. She felt very special because they are all hand decorated. Thanks for stopping by~have a wonderful day.
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Bradon's Birthday

16 candles on a pumpkin chocolate chip cake-- Yummy!
Birthday Dinner
This is what Bradon has been saving his money up for! His nice TV and stand. He is a happy kid. Tune in tomorrow for his decorations and card!!!!
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Wednesday, September 22, 2010

Button up for School WINNER!!

And the winner I pick is.........

Glenda over at Glenda's Cards I just think the whole card is incredible. She is new to blogging, so go over and show her some love. Glenda, you won a $25.00 gift card to LadyBird Designs. Please come over and choose what ever you would like. Please keep in mind, we are new and working on our website. We do special orders so if you don't see what you are looking for-we can create something unique for you! Well congrats!!!!

Tuesday, September 21, 2010

Whenever I think of harvesting or gardening.
I think of Rabbit and how all of his efforts are always ruined by the springs of Tiggers bounce.
Rabbit: Pooh & Friends Basket:Doodlecharms Colors are from SU: Old Olive, Daffodil Delight, Crumb Cake, Rose Red.
For the apple background, I used Tart and Tangy from Stampin' Up! Please visit our online store at LadyBird Designs

Monday, September 20, 2010

Happy Farm Girl FCCB #28

She is so cute! This is my little farm girl. Cut from Everyday Paperdolls The paper was from Stampin' Up! It just made such a perfect country background-so clean and fresh.
There is her little chicken and all her hard work.
The vegetables are cut from Pooh & Friends, the basket is cut from Doodle charms. Hope you have a beautiful day thank you for stopping by! I appreciate it.

Monday, September 13, 2010

Fantabulous Cricut Crawl: Back To School! FCCB #27 is my button!
Why a button? Because, over at Fantabulous Cricut we are having a very fun Cricut Crawl. The theme is "Button up for School".

So...if you've come from visiting Sherrie's blog you're in the right place! If you've just happened across my blog and would like to play along with our Fantabulous Cricut Crawl, start HERE.
Each design team member will be featuring a button as well as a cricut cut. somewhere on their project!
Make sure to check out each DT member's blog for some awesome inspiration! There will be prizes along AND a grand prize up for grabs at FCCB for one participant that submits a project meeting the the "Button Up For School" challenge criteria!
How fun is that? Ok, here is the project that goes along with the button.
(of course "L" is for Ladybug) The letter "Aa etc" along with the word was printed out on my computer, then cut on the Cricut, with Tags, boxes, and more. The box is also from TBM but I tweeked it a little to hold the flash cards. Aren't they just the cutest, my little 4 yr old nephew loved them, and so did his mom, especially because I laminated them, so they will last for a long time.
The prize I am offering is a $25.00 gift certificate to LadyBird Designs!
Now it's your turn! Incorporate a button on your own "Button Up For School" project. Make sure to also include a Cricut cut in your porject!
Next stop is Robin, she is amazing, I am sure you will flip for what she has in store. REMEMER when you're done, make sure to link up your project to FCCB's Fantabulous Cricut Crawl post to be entered into the contest!
Happy Crawling! This set is available for purchase over at our Web store LadyBird Designs

Tuesday, September 7, 2010

Baking up a Sweet Birthday

I thought I would just keep with the theme over at Fantabulous Cricut the whole labor day thing. I was thinking about all the jobs that are out there. I thought of my own personal jobs. My favorite is being a mom. So I get to wear many hats. My second favorite is my new found job with my best friend. So I did this girl baking a cake.
She is from "Everyday Paper Dolls" It made me laugh to think about me and Amber baking our cakes, and how fun it is, and how much our kids enjoy the finished products. They are always so excited when we have a mistake, a cake sticks or overfills the pan. :) and the disappointed faces if we say there isn't some for them. Of course, we always bake extra, so they get some kind of treat. Our kids will always remember this about us.
The phrase is printed from my computer. and I added sparkles to the frosting, and some fun candles. Have a great day----

Monday, September 6, 2010

I've got my eye on you FCCB #26

Fantabulous Cricut Challenge #26 Labor Day Theme:
Create a project that has something to do with work or a job, congrats on promotion, retirement etc...
I chose to do my project with a cop. I had a couple of things in mind when I made this card. So now I don't which one of my sons I am going to give this to. son #1 has a tendency to get tickets here and there. So I thought this would be funny to give it to him. Son #2 is turning 16 in a couple weeks, I thought this could be a warning for him!
I used "Everyday Paper Dolls" The phrase is computer generated. The face is from Peachy Keen! Thanks for stopping by today!!! and Be safe out there he's watching!! :) Please see our website to purchase this or any other of products. LadyBird Designs

Sunday, September 5, 2010


These are just some flowers I learned how to make, at my cake class. FUN FUN FUN!

Aug 16, 2010 Rose
Aug. 16, 2010 Carnations
Aug. 9, 2010 faux leather bow.

Friday, September 3, 2010


This is a card I made for a daycare boy of mine. He is bouncy just like Tigger.
I used the "Pooh and Friends" cartridge to cut out cute little Tigger. The colors I chose were pear pizzazz, tangerine tango, crumb cake, chocolate chip. And a cute little ladybug brad.
A bouncy, flouncy, fun fun fun day!

Thursday, September 2, 2010


This is a cake we did for a girlfriends of mine little niece. Her nick name is bumble bee. So Auntie Deb wanted to get her a cake made like a bumble bee. Of course I was thrilled to do it. Thanks DEB!!!
I just think she turned out super cute. She can be purchased at our online store LadyBird Designs.

Wednesday, September 1, 2010

Smurfs Galore

I finally got my daughters Smurf party scrapbooked. I am so happy. I also happy she likes the little blue creatures. They were one of my favs growing up.
All Smurf pics were gathered from online coloring coloring books, printed then scanned into my computer. Saving them directly to my CPU didn't give me clear results. So I had to scan them. That's ok though the kids like to color them.