Thursday, November 4, 2010

Happy Birthday LilyBean!

Wow...our little LilyBean is a year old! She's still as sweet and gentle and mischievious as ever and we love her so much! As you can see, she still snuggles in her favourite pink blanket....aww...isn't she cute!!

She's a little crafter too and loves to get into my stuff and run away with my sponges and flowers, really anything I'm working on she loves to get into!

She really loves it when my Stampin'Up! order arrives and I start to pull out the brown paper...she thinks its just for her! LOL! She tunnels into it and hides her toys in it and even has a little cat nap or two on top of it

When I saw the cute little Halloween cones on Kimberly's blog, I thought to myself...hmmmm....I think that would make the perfect birthday hat for Lily...what do you think? you think she likes it?  She didn't mind for a few minutes but then she just wanted to get it off and play with it!  I used the Jolly Holiday DSP and Pink Satin Ribbon and retired silver elastic cording.  

Here she is with our Halloween first she didn't know what to make of them, but then decided to have a dainty chomp of the stem!

I hope you've enjoyed this little peek into my world!  Thanks for stopping by and sharing your time with me!



  1. Hm...cones and cats...both cute but I bet once they got together the hat wasn't long for this world. Thanks for sharing the cuteness. Kitties and paws and claws have a way of working their way into your heart (and your closet, and .....).

    Thanks for Sharing.

  2. Oh how I love it when bloggers share pictures of their furry babies. These are so darn cute!!

  3. I just found your blog and was looking it over. Very nice blog. But I just had to comment on this post. My little girl kitty just loves the brown paper from my SU packages, too. I put it down for her to play in until I am tired of walking around it. She has a lot of fun making little nests in it and laying there for a while and also loves to reach out from under it and grab your feet as you walk by.
    Thanks for the great blog.