Meet Daisy

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She’s best friends with Esme*, unfortunately Esme was being a turd and we couldn’t get a decent photo of her. She will be here for a visit sometime soon. Daisy is Esme’s cousin and she has some other relatives (with very fancy names). Daisy was a pain in the ass to photograph (in reality it’s probably my average photographic skills), so this is the best we can do at the moment.

Daisy is made with wool blanketing and wears a cotton and silk lined dress with velvet ribbon straps. Felt accessories by Doughman. She’s all flowery eyed for her best mate Esme.

If you haven’t figured it out yet Daisy is this month’s entry for MOS theme "May Flowers".

*Esme is made by Alison, I’m not going to gush here about how great Esme is because I’ve already done it via email to Alison and it gets embarrassing πŸ™‚  Let’s just say that Esme is one cool cat, she’s wearing her own Cotton Bow Bow frock and she loves to rock. Oh ok, she also is a fish and chips kind of gal, who has a thing for Darcy and a very bad sweet tooth.

9 thoughts on “Meet Daisy

  1. Alison says:

    Esme is a little temperamental. She tells me all artistic types are. She likes her new friend Daisy very much. She wishes she had a hairclip just like Daisy’s and has thought evil thoughts of her previous owner’s lack of forsight for current hair accessory trends. She likes her chips with vinegar please, and just a hint of salt.
    Daisy is very cute πŸ™‚

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  2. Jane says:

    Florapora says that Esme plays up when there’s a camera around and needs to given a little shake and told to strut her stuff without fussing, because once she’s in front of the lens she really lurves the attention. Florapora is looking forward to seeing her on your blog. Meanwhile, she thinks Daisy looks a game gal and seriously covets those felt accessories.

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  3. kelly says:

    You guys are too much! I love them all! Daisy is quite chic, although she seems a wee bit cautious about stepping out in all her finery!

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