A Beautiful Collaboration!

July 1, 2017   /   byElsie Larson  / Categories :  Feeds

Hey friends. Happy Saturday. I wanted to introduce you to a special collaboration between Merrilee Liddiard Dolls and Wren & James. Some of you may have seen me post on my Instagram about the beautiful matching doll and toddler dress they sent to me, but it was too good not to share here as well.

I have been the biggest fan of Merrilee for ages and her book Playful is one of the most stylish books you can buy about inspiring projects to make with kids.

Anyway, as soon as I saw this photoshoot they did for their collaboration, I just knew I had to share it with you here.

I hope you all love this as much as I do! You can find the dolls and dresses on both sites: Merrilee Liddiard Dolls and Wren & James.

Hope you have a relaxing weekend. Jeremy and I are in Branson, Missouri for our annual Larson family vacation (which is mainly us playing in a pool with nieces and nephews 24/7 for a week … it’s the best!) Love you guys. xx- Elsie

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